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TONTOQUONIAN 

1969 

SAUGUS HIGH SCHOOL 



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Editor in Chief June orasso 

Activities Editor Carolyn McNeill 

Advertising Editor Lisa Moses 

Art Editor James Armstrong 

Biographies Editor Jeanne Siraco 

Business Editor Roxanna Savary 




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FOREWORD: 




The theme of thei 1:969" Tontpqu^niiah \s a !, elia^.'i:h ; ' j^^'^S'^^Se^i^pifei 



was the dawn of our senior year, our senior year, just ( a rriomenHn e»u 

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lives. It was a year filled; with challenges, t\ With j':a!-clili:^y0n^^nts^.,.to.. attain, 
honors to win, goals to reach. In this t aftbrhpbn pf the lyear wevbeg^n 
to realize what S.H.S. did mean to us; we discovered the* true: value 
of friends and the significance of our education. We waited,: in antici- 
pation of the sunset of our year \. . . graduation ".. . .and now look for- 

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ward to the sunrise of all our tomorrows. 






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Robert J. Munnelly 
Superintendent of Schools 



TO THE CLASS OF 1969: 

As the chief administrator of schools during your Senior year, one of my genuine pleasures 
will be to join with you in the many activities that bring your Saugus school career to a close. 
This is the year that you reap the rewards and praise for the long years of hard and honest 
effort. Honors and glory, awards and commendations will come to you as individuals and as 
members of teams. You will be justifiably proud of your own accomplishments. 

Another group, though, will bask in the glow of your achievements. Your teachers from ele- 
mentary and junior and senior high school, the principals of these schools, the custodians, clerks 
and cafeteria workers who serve you without your knowledge of their efforts— these people 
have been following your career to this point and will continue to keep track of you through 
the sports pages, the society pages and the headlines in the years ahead. They are proud of you. 

They know that you and your generation will be the leaders in the 21st Century. It is their 
wish that you have the knowledge and skill to build a better world than this one you inherit 
from older generations. 

The awards and honors that you will garner in Senior year activities provide a sense of hope 
and a feeling of confidence to those of us who staff the schools and who were part of your early 
education. May you have success, happiness and good fortune as you "build that better 
world". 

Robert J. Munnelly 





Jean Sherman 




Robert Braid, Ann Cogliano, Richard Evans, Joseph Swain. 



SCHOOL BOARD 




John B. Leahy 
Director of Student Personnel 



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To the Members of the Class of 1 969, 

Mark Twain once said, "When some men discharge an obligation you can hear the report for 
miles around." 

You, the Class of 1969, are approaching a period of life replete with obligations. You wil 
have more intense obligations to yourselves in that you must now either shoulder the responsi- 
bilities of a daily work program or the disciplines of advanced study. The problems and needs 
of the country, state, and town will soon be a more vital concern. Some of you may take on 
the rigors of military life. Whatever direction your goals may lead, the obligations will be over- 
whelming. 

It is my hope that your stay at Saugus High School has given you the ingredients to stand 
up to these obligations so that your report may be heard for miles around. 

! wish you only the best things that this our complicated society may bring, and I know that 
you will bring honor to Saugus High School. 

Most sincerely, 



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Robert J. Clark 
Vice-Principal 





Joseph Camara 
Vice-Principal 




Frank E. Carter 
Vice-Principal 





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IVA L. ADLINGTON: English 

RONALD AHERN: Social Studies 

ANTOINETTE ARENA: Social 
Studies 



ELIZABETH A. ARRIBEA: 
Guidance 

ISABELLE G. BEAUCHESNE: 
Business; Supervisor of Student 
Accounts 

DOMINIC BENINATI: Industrial 
Arts, Supervisor of Driver Edu- 
cation 



S.H.S. FACULTY 



PATRICIA A. BERRY: Business 
LILLIAN M. BISBEE: English 
BELDEN G. BLY, JR.: Business 



TERRY BUCKNER: Business 

JOHN J. BURNS: Head of Eng- 
lish Department 

DONNA BURTON: English 




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JOAN CARLETON: Foreign 
Language 

BEVERLY CARLSON: Librarian 

FRANK E. CARTER: Head of 
Business Department 



EDWARD J. CHAMBERLAIN: 
Head of Science Department 

JANICE COFFIN: Head of 
Homemaking Department 

CARMELINA D'ALLEVA: 
Mathematics 




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LAWRENCE A. D'ANGELO: 
Social Studies 

ANTHONY J. DE MATTEO: 
Science 

JUSTIN DE SILVA: Industrial Arts 



THOMAS DOW: Science 
PAULC. DOWNING: English 
HAROLD B. EVERITT: Science 



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JOSEPH HARDY: Science 

BERNIS M. HANLON: English 

ELIZABETH HIGHTOWER: Foreign 
Language 



ESTHER S. HOWE: Home 
Economics 

DONNA HUBERMAN: Home 
Economics 

BERNARD J. HUSSEY: Social 
Studies 



ANORA FULLER: Homemaking 

JAMES GAVIN: Industrial Arts 

DIANE F. GIOVINO: Physical 
Education 



KENNETH GOLDSMITH: English 

LEE N. GOLDSTEIN: Foreign 
Languages 

JOHN GUTHMANN: English 




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BARBARA JONES: English 
MIRIAM KOCHAKIAN: English 
ROBERT LUMSDEN: Science 



ROBERTA. LYNN: Music 

WILLIAM L. MacNEILL: Science 

PAUL MAGUIRE: Physical 
Education 





GEORGE N.MacKAY: 
Mathematics 

BARBARA MINOFF: Social 
Studies 

JEROME J. MITCHELL: Music 
Supervisor 



CARMINE C. MOSCHELLA: 
Industrial Arts, Supervisor of 
Visual Aids 

HAROLD C. MUSGRAVE: Social 
Studies 

KEITH W. O'BRIEN: Social Studies 



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PAUL O'BRIEN: Guidance 
HELEN O'SHEA: Mathematics 
GEORGE PALMER: Art Director 



HARTLEY M. PEAKES: Social 
Studies 

ABRAHAM PINCISS: Business 

ANTHONY F. POTO: Foreign 
Language 



JOHN J. QUINLAN: Mathematics 

WILLIAM J. REGAN: English 

ROBERTA R. SAMUELS: Physical 
Education 



CAROLE SARNIE: Guidance 

JOHN J. SCARBOROUGH: 
Physical Education Supervisor 

NANCY SCHWARTZ: Foreign 
Language 




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CHARLOTTE SCIOLA: Head of 
Mathematics Department 

SARAA. SCRIBNER: English 

DEBORAH SHEA: English 



LOUISE N. SOLOMITA: Head of 
Social Studies Department 

BERNARD J. STEAD: Mathematics 

ARTHUR M. STROUT: Head of 
Industrial Arts Department 





RICHARD TIBBETTS: Social 
Studies 

BENJAMIN TORF: Science 

HELEN F. TOWLE: Head of 
Foreign Language Department, 
Supervisor of Student Activities 



THOMAS TRINGALE: Business 
Supervisor of Attendance 

JOHN WAKA: Mathematics 

LEONARD E. WALL: Business 



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KEVIN WARD: Physical Education 
JACK WHITE: Guidance 
MARCELLA WHITE: English 




OFFICE PERSONNEL 



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KATHERINEAA. 
SPENCER 



GERTRUDE E. ARNOLD 
EDITH ARVIDSON 



VIOLET I. CHAPMAN 
MARY WILLIAMS 




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Marjorie Broughton Elaine Burke 




Gwenyth Donovan Frances P. Egan 




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Arthur A. Bachelder Malcom Beaton Gordon Bennett 




Ashton F. Davis 




Rita A. Ferlisi 




Roland M. Lechance Mark Levine Carolyn R. Madden 








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Bianca Bincer 



Jeanne Blumer 



WE 
REMEMBER 





Judith A. Gaffney Jane A. Gorton 









Albert J. Moylan 



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John J. Naso 



Helen M. Nowak Richard D. Salerno Walter T. Sheridan 





Leon C. Young 



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Class of 1970 




CLASS OFFICERS AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

Row 1: Madeline Serino, Secretary; John Richard, President; James MacDougall, Vice-president; William Duplisea, Treasurer. Row 2: John Robertson 
Donna Rossetti, Diane Vatcher, Denise Harvey, Steven Angelo. 



Class Advisors: ANTHONY DeMATTEO, DIANE GIOVINO 




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E-02 

Row J: L to R: Michael Donegan, Joanne Colantuono, 
Steven Angelo, Mardel McCarrier, Ronald Surabian. 
Row 2: Nicholas Otis, Catherine Chapski, Robert 
Tilley, Evelyn Aborn. Row 3: Robert Kane, Barbara 
Penney, Stephen Burke, Karen DeSteuben, James 
Cann. 



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E-04 



Row J: L to R: Carol Landrigan, Linda Seelley, 
Karen Weinbrecht, Karen Struzziero, Charlotte Sur- 
ette. Row 2: Robert Butler, Barbara Nelson, George 
Wilson, Kathy Collette. Row 3: John DiMente, Jean 
Gardner, Edwin Johnson, Jill Deschene, John Tozza. 



E-05 



Row J: L to R: Diana Bognanno, Larri Gregg, Eliza- 
beth Lane, Sharon Cochrane, Wayne Trudeau, Mary 
Bean, Bonnie Giordano, Margaret Pond. Row 2: 
Robert Bashford, Denise Alexander, Edward Jones, 
Susan Sarno, Stephen Forbes, Elaine Nelson, Richard 
Orifice. Row 3: Paul Buehrens, Linda Chabra, Alan 
Amero, Audrey Lavoie, Philip Mohr, Ellen Wish- 
neusky, Michael Diorio, Leslie Whetzel. 





E-06 



Row 7: Norman LeBlanc, Robert Anderson, Donna 
Alexander, Delia Pizzotti, Doreen Griffin, Charlotte 
Andrews, Linda Monico, Donald Fucillo. Row 2: 
Gary Forsythe, Mildred Johnson, Karl Lovell, Harold 
Jensen, Joanne Rowley, Dennis Berry, Nancy Wilson, 
Stephen Surette, Janice Bowen. Row 3: Ernest Cal- 
ounes, Marilyn Cuscuna, Kenneth Underhill, Christine 
Draper, Richard Dollard, Donna Billingsley, James 
Woodman, Deborah Charles, Richard Souza. 



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E-07 



Row J: Micheal O'Hearn, Cathrine DeMarco, Marie 
Brackett, Nancy Lopez, AAicheal Annese, AAary New- 
hall, Patricia Hanlon, Stanley Sweeney. Row 2: 
Kathleen Brennan, Alan Cotecchia, Carol Pesce, 
David Putnam, Robert Woods, Candice Appleby, 
AAario Calcagno, April Cross. Row 3: Phillip D'Eon, 
Suzanne Surette, Carl Dixon, Carol Eaton, William 
Trun, Barbara Tedder, Steven Bertan, AAurdena Quinn, 
Robert Farren, Anthony AAodica. 





E-08 



Row h Janice Thurston, Madeline Serino, Mary 
Longo, Marlene Barzelay, John Sullivan, Deborah 
Camarot, Rosemarie DiGiacomo, Carol Forte. Row S.- 
John Richard, Georgianna Isbell, Louis Anthony, Rita 
McKenzie, Stephen Beverage, Carol Chobanian, Sam- 
uel Gagliardi. Row 3: Richard Roberts, Brenda 
Whyte, Charles Kajen, Ruth Crowell, Gregory Man- 
ship, Nancy Grimes, David Vient, Norma Mears, 
Dante DeFuria. 



E-09 



Row J: William Moore, Joyce Brown, Brenda White, 
Martha Melanson, Donna Smith, Jackelyn Barressi, 
Joanne Perham, Stephen Geehan. Row 2: John 
Antonopoulos, Patricia Sullivan, John Miller, Pamela 
Dow, John Robertson, Lois Chapman, Richard Dresios. 
Row 3: Debra Countaway, Robert Krisiak, Mary 
MacDonald, Glen Urguhart, Kathryn Mullen, Martin 
Mascianica, Jane Tewksbury. 




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E-10 



Row I: Brian Appolloni, Diane Vatcher, Deborah 
Douglas, Dawn Wheaton, Cathy Sliger, Kathleen 
O'Brien, Karen Dyment, Richard Nadeau. Row 2: 
John Bourgeois, Deborah Parrott, Walter Fuller, Linda 
Meserve. David LeBlanc, Martha Kelly, Joseph Pedi, 
Anita Mabee, Raymond Barry. Row 3: Joanne Devine, 
Richard Drozdowicz, Karen Austin, Ronald Rosenberg, 
Patricia Brown, James MacDougall, Debra Guerreri, 
Anne Stardnowicz. 



E-ll 



Row I: Vincent Duffy, Janice Camplese, Paul Pereira, 
June Fucaloro, Edward Coullard, Paula Carlton, Frank 
Stewart. Row 2: Christine Davis, Robert Kelly, Mary 
Meuse, William Rosso, Lynda Whalen, Stephen Boy, 
Julie Iwanowicz. Row 3: Ronald Monteforte, Daryl 
Spadafora, Paul Giansiracusa, Maryann Gleason, 
Stephen Murphy, Sandra Banks. 





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E-12 



Row I: George Lasquade, Barbara Perrone, Beverly 
Forward, Thomas Smith, Kathy Robinson, Linda Valeri, 
Denise Weymouth, Paul Jadis. Row 2: L to R: Chris- 
tine Candia, Joseph Wadleigh, Lockhart Smith, Ber- 
nadette La Rocque, David Dahl, Patricia Souza, 
David Penfield. Row 3: John Emond William Spencer, 
Elizabet.i Bean, William Peters, Alice Swett, John 
Thurell, Catherine Grout, Anthony Navarro. 



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E-13 



Row ?: Cheryl Roman, Denise Benavides, Lyn 
Sweezey, Karen Rich, Marguerite lannelli, Ellen 
Condon, Denise Monkewicz. Row 2: Denyce Cappucci, 
Joseph Smith, Rosalie Fumarola, Michael McLean, 
Patricia Derome, Steven Gove, Cheryle Kendall, 
Arthur Carakatsane, Lisa Shay. Row 3: Sylvia Pulver, 
Michael Avellino, Julia Hurll, William Eichel, Jane 
Vandanich, David Waitte, Patricia Flanagan, Maria 
Occhipinti. 



E-14 



Row J: Wayne Langley, Nancy Deveney, Linda 
Gildea, Carla Horton, Diane Meehan, Thomas Carico. 
Row 2: Mark Perry, Kathleen Ford, Glenn Davis, 
Karen McKenna, Steven Walker, Ellen Carlson, Chris- 
topher Dupuis. Row 3: Barry McEachern, Kathleen 
McKay, Randy MacDougall, Dolores Derosa, Scott 
Fyfe, Dominic Colanton. 





E-15 



Row I: L to R: Richard Roy, Jean Duncan, Carolyn 
Clark, Margcret Picariello, David Kulikaski, Donna 
Russo, Coleen Keller, Bruce Bain. Row 2: Diane 
Stentiford, Richard De Fronzo, Ann Harring, John 
Pescatore, Marilyn Corson, Kevin Bridges, Diane 
Perrett, Kenneth Girard, Joan Madden. Row 3: Wil- 
liam Sim, Diane Blengs, Richard Chestnut, Nancy 
Neeb, Deborah Reynolds, Kenneth Matthis, Diane 
Nicosia, William Duplisea. 



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E-16 



Row J: Thornas Weddle, Denise Harvey, Sandra 
Uglietta, Elizabeth Smith, Jane Nordstrom, Denis 
Brown. Row 2: Theresa Collins, John Plugis, Barbara 
Nastari, Daniel Hohmann, Donna Rossetti, James 
Monico, Janet McLoughlin. 





C-14 



Row J: L to R: Donna Duprey, Cynthia Rockhill, 
Nancy Duncan, Linda Creamer, Kathleen lozzo. Row 
2: George Farnham, Janis Tomeo, Clinton LeBlanc, 
Patricia Jones, Philip Barbanti, Linda Nicolo. Row 3: 
John Stanton, Cheryl Boivin, Ronald Seaboyer, Nancy 
Perkins, Daniel Clark. 



C-15 



Row J: L to R: Robert Barrett, Faye Levine, Donna 
Newhall, Donna Coppola, Thea Doucette, Robert 
Farnham. Row 2: Theresa Sheehan, Paul Nolan, Jean 
Kneprath, Frank Clapp, Judith Menna, William Sharp. 
Row 3: Leigh Westlake, Janice Miles, Joseph Plass- 
mann, Stacey Goodman, Robert Osgood. 




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Class of 1971 




Class Officers: 

Beverly Hegarty: Secretary, Steven Niles: President, 

Patricia Connaughton: Vice-President, Loreen Moses: Treasurer 

Class Advisors: Paul O'Brien, Carole Sarnie 




W-09 



Row 7: L to R: Patricia Melchionno, Christine Ducott, 
Barry Whyte, Rosemarie Carbone, Robert Greenberg, 
Paula Deroo, Lorraine Murray. Row 2: Deborah Ahlin, 
Albert Dineen, Lisa Phillips, William Quealy, Karen Conlon, 
James Jillett, Ronda Bloom, Stephen Miles, Jenine lengo. 
Row 3: Mark Santangelo, Karen Landry, Paul Mercer, 
Linda Hallahan, Randy Dean, Joyce Valaitis, Robert Man- 
ning, Wendy Smith. 



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W-10 



Row J: L to R: Deborah Ellis, Sandra Kennesch, Doreen 
Hopkins, Gail Walker, Gerard Hurley, Nancy Sinclair, Janet 
Park, Carol Carmosino. Row 2: Warren Jessamey, Ann 
Bordinaro, Donald Reiniger, Dorothy Angell, Dennis Nor- 
kum, Harriet Mathias, Kenneth Andrus, Marsha Robertson, 
Robert Doherty, Jeanette Moore. Row 3: Edward Manter, 
Lynne Witozen, David Mills, Pamela Smith, Robert Braid, 
Patricia Connaughton, Wayne Cook, Jean Raiche, Bruce 
Greenberg, Carol Giannotte. 





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Row /.- L to R: Robert DiGiulio, Davina Borland, Nancy 
DeFranzo, Pamela Rogers, Carol Gibbons, Mary Wishart, 
Michael Serine Row 2: William O'Brien, Irene Patch, 
Ernest Minichiello, Cynthia Morano, Richard Angelini, 
Carol Tracia, Jeffrey Jarvis, Kathleen Arsenault, Robert 
DeCalogero. Row 3: Jo Connor, Howard Sullivan, Ruthanne 
Kenney, Paul Rockhill, Diane Carr, Frank Bramanti, Mere- 
dith Maxwell, Robert Cox, Alice Ramirez. 



W-12 



Row I: L to R: Karen Wood, Diane Whittredge, Sharon 
Hynes, Beverly Hagerty, Christine Bowker, Donna De- 
Courcey, Roberta Flanagan, Heather Meehan. Row 2: 
Nancy Pescafore, Phillip Crotty, Estell Constant, Jeffrey 
Moore, Loreen Moses, Daniel Martin, Judith Travers, Daniel 
Buckless, Diane Lipczynski, William Anthony. Row S.- 
Christine Rossetti, James Deary, Diane Silvaggio, Steven 
Serino, Martha Rich, Paul DiCarlo, Patricia Krzywicki, 
Charles Isbell, Joanne Hennessey. 




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W-13 



Row 7: L to R: Andrew Johnson, Deborah Zarrella, 
Jane Rossetti, Carl Avola, Linda Pimeltel, Bonnie 
MacAdams, Cathy Trecartin, Scott Wetherbee. Row 2: 
Ronald Dows, Diana DiGiacomo, John Burns, Linda 
Florentino, Michael Santiano, Madeline Meredith, Louis 
Conley, Nancy Clapp, William Paquette. Row 3: 
Stephen Nigro, Lynn LaFerla, Frank Halper, Elizabeth 
Cotter, Peter Dalis, Darlene Barrett, Paul Smith, Helen 
Myers, John Mallon. 



W-14 



Row J : L to R: Debra Scannell, CarolGalli, Ronald 
Smith, Diane Cataldo, Peter Young, Denise Mattei, 
Dana Johnson, Donna Brescia. Row 2: Carol Lasquade, 
Stephen Colantuoni, Suzanne Mitchell, Dennis 
Maguire, Virginia O'Connor, William Donohue, Linda 
Willey, Douglas Waybright, Elizabeth Spinelli. Row 3: 
Karen Quintavalla, Gary Sands, Alyce Underhill, Doug- 
las Hanson, Maureen Kelly, Stephen Nelson, Kathleen 
Hoffman, Ralph Dalelio. 





A-02 



Row 1: L to R: David Saccone, Nan Midgley, Lucille 
Cerqua, Sally Streeter, Kathleen Barry, Judith Di- 
Sessa, Caron DuPrey, Thomas Kelly. Row 2: Linda 
Schultz, Richard Simoes, Ruth Lovett, Laurence Heide- 
brecht, Michelle Jadis, Steven Myerow, Helen Foote, 
Ronald Ciampolillo, Deborah Briggs. Row 3: Edward 
Swirka, Nancy Horton, Kenneth Walters, Deborah 
Kusy, Scott McLernon, Elisabeth Hamilton, Michael 
Pisiak, Christine Barber, William Busalacchi. 



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A-03 



Row J: L to R: James Benedict, Deborah Wheeler, 
Christine Frederick, Margaret Mathews, Deborah 
Buontempo, Roberta Herald, Pamela Dobson, Carl 
McPhee. Row 2: Frank Sacco, Joanne Erickson, 
Richard Michaelson, Dianne Milward, Kenneth Haskell, 
Pearl Quartarone, Robert Saggese, Jacqueline LeBlanc. 
Row 3: June Cristiano, Peter Kavalchuk, Lynda Barry, 
John Murphy, Susan Sekenski, Jim DeMauro, Theresa 
Kelly. 





A-04 



Row 1: L to R: Susan Koschei, Carol Burke, Patty Barry, 
Patricia McKenna, Hans Bewersdorf, Norma Weller, 
Susan Streeter, Judith Perry. Row 2: Paul Maestranzl, 
Debra Hudson, Robert DeFronzo, Nicki Gaeta, Joseph 
Nadeau, Roberta Cocorochio, Roy Jordan, Denise 
Donato, Anthony Thomas, Gail Richmond, Stephen 
Perkins. Row 3: Debra Simon, Stephen Maes, Dorothy 
Covino, Michael Dunn, Deborah LeDrew, Walter Slat- 
tery, Therese Golden, Daniel Heaney, Susan Edwards, 
Bruce Mclntyre, Mila Moschella. 



A-05 



Row ?: L to R: Lewanne Wall, Karen Canole, Susan 
Edwards, Joanne Dresser, Cindy Jensen, Lorraine 
Fritz, Mary Kulikoski, Linda Newell. Row 2: Ronald 
Cassinell, Deborah Madden, Thomas Surette, Donelda 
Millar, Douglas Vigneaux, Jill Confalone, Scott Laffey. 
Row 3: Ronald Long, Kathleen Phelan, Mark Heath, 
Mary Woodman, John McBride, Susan Bishop, James 
Chernoff. 




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A-06 



Row 1: L to R: Rochelle LeBlanc, Judith Beeler, 
Carole Evans, Marilyn Johnson, Susan Healey, Anne 
Sullivan, Gloria Briana, Janis Carter. Row 2: Denise 
Fournier, Mary Anzalone, Gerald DeSisto, Joyce Mil- 
ler, David Valerie, Sharon Calhoun, Donald Lake, 
Jarna Guilmette, Garrett Swanson, Pamela Norkum, 
William Serine Row 3: Daniel Carlson, Christine 
Priestley, Stephen Hendricks, Rosemarie Marston, 
Harold Bly, Kathy Collins, Robert Sketchley, Luanne 
Down, Paul Fladger. 





A-07 



Row 1 : L to R: Mark Cerasuolo, Janice Strekofsky, 
Lois Colantuoni, Roberta Fisher, Sarah LeDonne, Karen 
Moscone, Debra Neth, Richard LeClair. Row 2: Her- 
bert Marzakis, Carol Sinden, Robert Cardalisco, Karen 
Werner, Kevin Riley, Susan Perry, Mark Purcell, 
Suzanne Hynes, William Siekewicz, Jane Gudaitis, 
David Trudeau. Row 3: Barbara Bean, John Moore, 
Cynthia Leonard, John Blais, Diana Meader, Jerome 
Deveney, Susan Decareau, Stuart Fyfe, Ellen Krigest, 
Michael O'Hearn, Diana Rizzo, Thomas Howell. 



A-09 



Row h L to R: Nancy DeProfio, George Warner, 
Richard Bartlett, Paul Belcher, Roger LaRocca, Harry 
Runge, Angelo Fazio, Muriel Logue. Row 2: Donna 
Cahill, Kevin Salem, Kathleen Cuddi, William Derome, 
Susan Finn, Daniel Madden, Sheila Jeffery, Jonathan 
Larkin. Row 3: Deborah Stevenson, Gary Strick, Janet 
Correggio, Edward Wadleigh, Kathleen O'Hearn, 
Charles Hudson, Susan Pollman. 




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Row 7: L to R: Sandra Husson, Joan McGonagle, 
Deborah Farnham, Daisy Stanley, Shirley Perrett, 
Susan Shaw, Susan Moreschi, Joyce Gil I is. Row 2: 
David Bucchiere, Ruth Boyd, Gregory Smith, Candace 
Wormstead, James Johnson, Jane Cashen, Kevin 
Cochrane, Nancy Donahue. Row 3: Kingsley Wells, 
Susan Kootz, Steven Piatt, Kathleen Auld, Keith Du- 
buque, Deborah Contrada, Robert Nagle, Diane 
Lemure, Daniel Crowell. 



C-24 



Row 1: L to R: Barbara Reid, Barbara D'Amore, John 
AAclnnis, Deborah Buckless, Nancy Fulchini, Joan 
Zermani. Row 2: Thomas Castle, Deborah Aronson, 
James Wright, Jane Mclntire, Barry Horton. Row 3: 
Charles Osgood, Sandra Dyment, Richard Akerley, 
Sandra Sorenson, Ralph Aflagwood, Corinne Surette. 





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Row 1: L to R: Brenton Spencer, Paula Mara, Mary 
Ozahowski, Barbara Jankowiak, Lucy Tavernelli, Rob- 
ert Danahy. Row 2: Jean DiFranza, Robert Zwicker, 
Ingrid Bucolo, Steven Swanson, Sandra Chicochios, 
Roy Valaitis, Joan Gabry. Row 3: Debbie Greus, Rich- 
ard Parziale, Cheryl Day, Michael Gaudet, Judith 
Babb, James Allan. 



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TONTOQUONIAN 

EDITORS 
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STAFF 



Advisor: HELEN F. TOWLE 




Row I: Lisa Moses, Advertising Editor; June Grasso, Editor-in-Chief; Roxanne Savary, Business 
Editor. Row 2: Robert Jordan, Photographer; Carolyn McNeill. Activities Editor; Edward Allen, 
Photographer; Jeanne Siraco, Biographies Editor; James Armstrong, Art Editor. 




YEARBOOK STAFF: Row I: Denise Arsenault, Helen Merrithew, Patricia Hanlon, Pamela Candia, Marie Inello, Christine Golden. Row 2: Christine Prialaga, 
Kathryn Nicosia, David Blundell, Robert Samms, Patricia Craik, Cathy Ward. Row 3: Nancy Bishop, Andrew Seminerio, Wendy Carr, James Canole, Carol 
Calkins, Jeanne: Phelan. 






STUDENT 
COUNCIL 



Advisors: ROBERT J. CLARK 
JOSEPH CAMARA 
HELEN F. TOWLE 




Row J: Julie Mallon, John Burke, President, Nelsie Thompson, Treasurer, David Blundell, Joan Judge. 
Row 2: Carolyn Zarrella, Kathryn Nicosia, Andrew Seminerio, June Grasso, Jeanne Siraco, Robin DeMauro. 



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Row h Jane Rossetti, Faye Levine, Margaret Picariello, John Plugis, Carole Evans, Secretary, Steven 
Angelo, Vice President, Karen Dyment, Norma Weller, Deborah Camarot. Row 2: Kathleen Brennan, 
Carol Gibbons, Theresa Kelly, Elizabeth Spinelli, Julia Hurll, Debra Hudson, Deborah Farnham, Beverly 
Forward, Karen Struzziero, Denise Mattei. Row 3: Barbara Bean, Debra Spencer, Jane Cashen, Cheryl 
Day, Jane Tewksbury, Maryann Gleason, Mary Bean, June Cristiano, Karen McKenna. 



EASTERN MASSACHUSETTS DIVISION OF 
STUDENT COUNCILS 



Delegates and Advisors from nearly 50 
High Schools attended the Fall Convention 
of EAADSC held at Saugus High in Novem- 
ber. In discussion groups students shared 
their view on many of the challenging prob- 
lems of today. Theme of ihe Convention 
was "Youth on the Move." 



Mr. Fraser speaks at the EMDSC convention. 



Row J: Carole Evans, Joyce Gil I is, Sandra 
Chiochios, Thomas Carico, Wendy Carr, 
Jeanne Siraco, Carolyn McNeill, Arthur Barn- 
ford, Carol Chobanian. Row 2: Susan Bishop, 
June Grasso, Steven Angelo, Mary Duplisea, 
John Burke, Diane Lipczynski, Paul Buehrens, 
Joan Judge, Elisabeth Hamiltpn. Row 3: 
Georgianna Isbell, Janice Hughes, James Arm- 
strong, Lillian DeFeo, Bruce Bursey, Denise 
Flammia, Martin Mascianica, Patricia Krzywicki, 
John Moore, Carol Day. 




FRENCH CLUB 



Advisor: LEE GOLSTEIN 



Row J: Christine Davis, Nelsie Thompson, Diane 
Vatcher, Judy Willcox, Robert Barrett, Denise 
Rarvey, Faye Levine, Delia Pizzotti, Jean Sulli- 
van. Row 2: Thomas Weddle, Paula Mara, 
Charles Sampson, Karen Sienkewicz, James 
Amato, Patricia Kornotowski, Christopher 
Dupuis, David Osgood. Row 3: Daniel Hoh- 
mann, Donna Rossetti, John Robertson, Nancy 
Dow, Kenneth Underhill, Ellen Svenson, Mark 
Renda, Judith Menna. 




SPANISH CLUB 



Advisor: ANTHONY POTO 



Row ?.- Kevin Cochrane, Christine Cuscuna, 
Joyce Gil I is, Nadine Zannino, Sandra Kenne- 
son. Row 2: Marilyn Cuscuna, Dennis Boisvert, 
John Miles, Alan MacMunn, Dolores DeRosa. 
Row 3: Kathleen McKay, Raymond Leather, Jane 
Vandanich, John Robertson, Candace Appleby. 




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LATIN CLUB 



Advisor: JOAN CARLTON 



Row 1: Stephen Murphy, Dolores DeRosa, Dana Mc- 
Phee, Diane Bognanno, Britt Johnson. Row 2: Eileen 
McGarvey, Albert Polese, April Cross, Mark Perry, 
Barbara Nastari, Margaret Pond. Row 3: Steven 
Forbes, Barbara Nelson, Paul Buehrens, Carol Calkins, 
Richard Marsh. 




INTERNATIONAL 
RELATIONS CLUB 

Advisor: KEVIN O'BRIEN 



Row J: Carol Sinden, Gary Munsen, Charles Sampson, 
Dale Robinson, Marie Inello. Row 2: Thomas Samuels, 
Carolyn Zarrella, Patricia Connaughton, Kathryn Ni- 
cosia, Arthur McClintock, Stephen Niles. Row 3: 
John McBride, Robert Wilson, Leonard Caruso, Bruce 
Flashenburg, Francisco Quarterone. 




THEATRE PARTY 

Advisors: LEE GOLDSTEIN 
NANCY SWARTZ 



Row ).- Albert Polese, Thomas Samuels, Kenneth Sac- 
cone, Harold Jensen, James Armstrong. Row 2: Mary 
Walsh, Linda Frusciante, Catherine Mullen, Jeanne 
Phelan, Maryann Gi 1 1 is, Elizabeth Lane, Anne Anza- 
lone. 



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FUTURE TEACHERS 
OF AMERICA 

Advisor: MIRIAM KOCHAKIAN 



Row ?: Mila Moschella, Alan MacMunn, Theresa 
Sheehan, Cheryl Marquis, Ellen Svenson, Carolyn 
McNeill, Carol Pesce, Beverly Soriano. Row 2: 
Karen Neale, Robin DeMauro, Jean Sullivan, Marsha 
Jordan, Kathryn Nicosia, Patricia Krzywicki, Ingrid 
Bucolo, Linda Frusciante, Carolyn Zarrella, Nancy 
Fulchini. Row 3: Bonnie McClintock, Mary Home, 
Christine Golden, Carol Calkins, Debra Dumblauskas, 
Kristine Cooper, Joan Spillane, Ellen Krigest, Mary 
Bean. 



Row 7: Nancy Donahue, Diane Nicosia, Carol Day, 
Janice Thurston, Marie Inello, Delia Pizzotti. Row 2: 
Nadine Zannino, Janice Menna, Jane Vandanish, 
Pamela Smith, Mary Duplisea, Madeline Serine 




FUTURE NURSES' 
CLUB 

Advisor: KATHERINE M. SPENCER 



Row '.- Pamela Howell, Maureen Kelly, Deborah 
Douglass, Barbara Nastari, Eileen McGarvey, Char- 
lotte Edwards, Mardel McCarrier. Row 2: Linda Mag- 
hakian, Cathy Ward, Diane Bognanno, Carla Horton, 
Cynthia Martin, Jean Duncan, Susan Finn. Row J.- 
Diane Perrett, Ellen Condon, Karen Shepherd, Elisa- 
beth Hamilton, Patricia Flanagan, Barbara Tedder, 
Marilyn Corson. 




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FUTURE HOMEMAKERS 
OF AMERICA 



Advisor: JANICE COFFIN 



Row 1: Jane Ballard, Donna Ducott, Donna Kusch. 
Row 2: Kathy Robinson, Janice Scott, Dianne Powell, 
Sheila Russell. 




D.E.C.A. 



Advisor: EDWARD I. DEEP 



Row 1 : Karen Simonson, Jo-Ann Hatch, Miriam Mac- 
leod, Kathleen Dunham, Joan Bruno. Row 2: Louis 
DeSouza, Daniel Rossetti, Thomas Mills, James Landry, 
Jeffrey Cushing, John Tracia. 




SAHICO CLUB 



Advisor: TERRY BUCKNER 



Row J: Patricia Tibbetts, Kathleen Allen, Leona 
Loiselle, Debra Toner, Susan Niles, Diane Duval, Mary 
Harrington, Beverly Murray, Linda Bennett. Row 2: 
Cathleen Vient, Nancy Winton, Elizabeth Dormer, 
Christina Moriello, Linda Landry, Judith Meszaroz, 
Jacklyn Clancy, Leona Carr, Donna Ventola, Phyllis 
Southard, Judith Walsh. Row 3: Diane DeFuria, Jean 
Woods, Pamela Candia, Karen Trecartin, Susan Eaton, 
Roxanna Savary, Ruth Berrett, Linda Artemchuk, 
Dianne Powell. 



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Row I: Gerard Hurley, Patricia Cecere, Carol Forte, 
Darlene Uga, Joan Donovan, Alan MacMunn. Row 2: 
Leo Archambault, Martha Kelley, Michael MacLean, 
Joanne Perham, Jerome Stone, Diane Blengs, Paul 
Nolan, Cynthia Jensen, Arthur Carakatsane. Row 3: 
Karen Desteuben, Jeffrey Cushing, Karen Shepherd, 
Daniel Sullivan, Jane Tewksbury, Kevin Riley, Pa- 
tricia Flanagan, David Osgood, Linda Scannell. 



DRAMATIC CLUB 



Advisor: KENNETH GOLDSMITH 



Row /: Robert Jordan, Kathleen Barressi, Mardel 
McCarrier, Paul Maestranzi, Delia Pizzotti, Edward 
Allan. Row 2: Karen Neale, Mila Moschella, Joyce 
Gi If is, Mary Duplisea, Maryann Gillis, Donna Russo, 
Jane Rossetti, Karen Dyment. Row 3: Patricia Craik, 
John Plugis, Roxanna Savary, William Spencer, Syl- 
via Pulver, Julie Mallon, Karen Sienkewicz. 




NATIONAL HONOR 
SOCIETY 

Advisor: DEBORAH SHAY 



Row 7: Janice Hughes, Cheryl Marquis, Denise Fo- 
lino, Ruth Berrett, Richard Roman, Alan Smallman, 
Karen Sienkewicz, Patricia Kornotowski, Mary-Ellen 
Nelson. Row 2: Judith Meszaroz, Christine Prialaga, 
Anne Connaughton, John Burke, Debra Toner, Britt 
Johnson, June Grasso, Robert Grant, Carolyn McNeill, 
John Pesce, Cynthia Long, Joan Judge, Mary Walsh. 
Row 3: Cathy Ward, Dennis Boisvert, Linda Whyte, 
Stephen Barrett, Christine Golden, Wallace McKenzie, 
Ellen Svenson, Paul Buehrens, Roxanna Savary, Ste- 
phen Staffier, Mary Home, Jean Sullivan. 




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SKI CLUB 



Advisor: ANTHONY DeMATTEO 



Row h Paul Jadis, Donna Ventola, Jane Osgood, 
Joyce Gil I is, Linda Lombardo, Mary Ozahowski, 
Nicholas Spinelli. Row 2: Carolyn Zarrella, Sheila 
Jeffrey, Gary Doherty, Donna Smith, Frank Gagliardi, 
Virginia O'Connor, Verne Rupright, Phyllis Southard, 
Pamela Howell. Row 3: Christine Cuscuna, Roger 
LeBlanc, Christine Golden, Charles Southard, Jane 
Tewksbury, David Osgood, Carol Day, Steven 
Myerow, Loreen Moses. 




Row ?.- Paula Mara, Patricia Murphy, Albert Polese, 
Joseph Pellegrino, Carl McPhee, Pamela Norkum, 
Helen Merrithew. Row 2: Louis Anthony, Lisa Moses, 
Arthur McClintock, Carolyn McNeill, Gary Munsen, 
Susan Niles, Richard Marsh. Row 3: Raymond Leather, 
Patricia Krzywicki, Steven Lanney, Patricia Connaugh- 
ton, Walter Nadworney, Bonnie McClintock. 




Row !: James Chernoff, Cathy Ward, Cathleen Vient, 
Nancy Winton, Nancy Sinden, David Saccone. Row 
2: Steven Myerow, Carol Sinden, James Doherty, 
Diane Rizzo, Gary Munsen, Donna Russo, Dale Robin- 
son. Row 3: Leonard Caruso, Donna Rossetti, William 
Spencer, Debra Toner, Mark Renda. 



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CAREER CONFERENCE 
COMMITTEE 



Row J: Margaret Pond, Carolyn McNeill. Row 2: 
Stephen Forbes, John Emons. 




CAMERA CLUB 



Advisor: HAROLD EVERITT 



Row I: Edward Allan, Robert Jordan. Row 2: Leo 
Archambault, Daniel Sullivan, Wallace McKenzie. 




RADIO CLUB 



Advisor: HAROLD MUSGRAVE 



Row I: Robert Greenburg, Edward Allan, Bruce 
Greenburg. Row 2: Robert Jordan, Thomas Samuels, 
Albert Polese. 



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AUDIO VISUAL 
AIDS CLUB 

Advisor: CARMINE C. MOSCHELLA 



Row I.- Alan MacMunn, Leslie Crowell, 
Steven Boy, William Hienz, Bruce Flash- 
enburg, Steven Edwards. Row 2: Stephen 
Pescatore, Robert Cox, Joseph Panarello, 
James Johnson, Laurence Andrus, Stephen 
Cronin. Row 3: Edward Manter, Richard 
Vincent; Steven Burke, Robert Lovell, 
Daniel Swanson, Robert Gontarz. 




MATH TEAM 



Advisor: CHARLOTTE SCIOLA 



Row h Wallace McKenzie, Barbara Nel- 
son, Stephen Barrett, Georgianna Isbell, 
John Burke. Row 2: Arthur Bamford, Paul 
Buehrens, Herbert Wood, Richard Roman, 
Arthur Carakatsane, Robert Barrett. 




ART CLUB 



Advisor: GEORGE A. PALMER 



Row ?: Mary Duplisea, Linda Basanisi, 
Darlene Uga, James Armstrong, Norma 
Mears, Mary-Ellen Nelson, Nancy Wolfe. 
Row 2: Linda Schaffner, Christine Prialaga, 
Patricia Cecere, Donna Rossetti, Paul Ka- 
valchuk, Sandra Chiochios, Patricia Mur- 
phy, Carol Conners, Darla Fortunate Row 
3: Margaret Mekalian, Duana LeMay, 
Joan Spillane, June Grasso, John Plugis, 
Patricia Craik, Carol Day, Patricia Nagle, 
Debra Spencer. 




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Row h Nancy DeFranzo, Beverly Hagerty, 
Cheryl Marquis, Karen Shepherd, Debra 
Countaway, Susan Healey, Susan Finn, 
Sandra Uglietta. Row 2: Marlene Barzelay, 
Denise Harvey, Susan Koschei, Paula Mara, 
Theresa Kelly, Deborah Farnham, Jacklyn 
Clancy, Jenine lengo. Row 3: Donna 
Kusch, Meredith Maxwell, Denise Caswell, 
Patricia Krzywicki, Cheryl Day, Deborah 
Kusy, Ellen Krigest, Roxanna Savary, De- 
borah Ellis. 



PEP SQUAD 

Advisors: 

ANTOINETTE ARENA 
DIANE GIOUINO 



Row 7: Denise Mattei, Carol Giannotte, 
Patricia Barry, Jeanette Moore, Mary 
Ozahowski. Row 2: Jane Rossetti, Loreen 
Moses, Carol Sinden, Jane Cashen, Carole 
Lasquade, Pamela Norkum, Donna Brescia. 
Row 3: June Cristiano, Judith Babb, 
Diane Carr, Patricia Connaughton, Susan 
Edwards. 








CLUB PRESIDENTS 



Row I: Patricia Kornotowski, Band; Eileen 
McGarvey, Future Nurses; John Burke, 
Student Council; Kenneth Saccone, Class, 
Ski Club; Marie Inello, Football Cheer- 
leaders. Row 2- William Hynes, Visual 
Aids; Susan Niles, Sahico Club; Charles 
Sampson, International Relations; Janis 
Dell, Basketball Cheerleaders; Robert Jor- 
dan, Camera Club; Joan Judge, Girls' 
Club. Row 3: June Grasso, Usherettes, 
Tontoquonians; Stephen Barrett, Math 
Team; Wendy Carr, French Club; James 
Armstrong, Art Club; Ellen Svenson, Fu- 
ture Teachers. 




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MARSHAL SQUAD 



Advisor: BERNARD HUSSY 



Row J: Linda Basanisi, Judith Walsh, Cath- 
leen Vient, Judy Willcox, Eileen McGarvey, 
Charlotte Edwards. Row 2: Linda Inserra, 
Nancy Winton, Cynthia Martin, Susan Niles, 
Donna Ferreira, Jean Sullivan, Nancy Con- 
rad. Row 3: Darlene Uga, Carol Day, Pa- 
tricia Bowen, Joan Spillane, Linda Whyte, 
Brenda Wolfe. 



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GIRLS' CLUB 
CABINET 

Advisor: BARBARA MINOFF 



Row I: Joan Judge, Anne Connaughton. 
Row 2: Jeanne Siraco, June Grasso, Brenda 
Whyte. 



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STUDENT EXCHANGE 
COMMITTEE 



Seated.- John Burke, Joan Judge. Standing: 
John Richard, Susan Niles, Kenneth Sac- 
cone. 



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LANGUAGE LAB 
AIDES 



Left to Right: Raymond Leather, Dennis Bois- 
vert. 




RECEPTIONISTS 



Row ?: Linda Landry, Debra Hudson, Susan 
Finn, Beverly Hagerty. Row 2: Christine Teehan, 
Karen Shepherd, Kristine Cooper, Joan Spillane, 
Diane DeFuria, Judith Meszaroz. 




ATTENDANCE 
AIDES 



Row I: Janis Carter, Janice Scott, Linda Ben- 
nett, Luanne Wall, Sarah LeDonne. Row 2: Bev- 
erly Murray, Debra Hudson, Ruth Berrett, Janef 
Busalacchi, Janet Johnson, Stephen Tucker. 



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OFFICE AIDES 



Row I: Linda Landry, Nancy Conrad, Charlotte 
Edwards, Susan Finn, Diane Duval, Theresa 
Sheehan. Row 2: Jane Rossetti, Linda Artem- 
chuk, Kathy Robinson, Karen McKenna, Pamela 
Candia, Judith Meszaroz. Row 3: Diane Sil- 
vaggia, Karen Shepherd, Jane Vandanich, Linda 
Bennett, Mary Meuse. 




GUIDANCE AIDES 



Row 1: Carole Evans, Patricia Ludwig, Marie 
Calcagno, Joyce Gil I is, Linda Inserra, Janice 
Hughes. Row 2: Helen Merrithew, Debra Spen- 
cer, Dorothy Swenson, Ellen Condon, Diane 
DeFuria, Cynthia Martin. Row 3: Carolyn Mc- 
Neill, Jane Tewksbury, Elizabeth Hamilton, 
Ruth Crowell, Ellen Svenson. 




LIBRARY AIDES 



Row 1: Linda Lombardo, Sherry Kontos, Faye 
Levine, Linda Nicolo, Delia Pizzotti. Row 2: Bar- 
bara Nastaria, Bonnie Deveau, Paul Buehrens, 
Mildred Johnson, Kathy Robinson. Row 3: Ken- 
neth Walters, Nancy Orlando, Robert Ducott, 
Nancy Grimes, Jerome Stone. 




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MAJORETTES 



L to R: Denise Flammia, Nency Neeb, Janet 
Correggio, Ann Anzalone— Captain, Patricia 
Brown, Pamela Howell, Paula DiGiuilo. 




SACHEMETTES 



L to R: Nadine Zanino, Carol Gibbons, Barbara 
Nastari, Elizabeth Spinelli, Robin DeMauro, 
Deborah Spencer, Judith Menna, Judy Willrox, 
Deborah Briggs, Cathleen Vient, Susan Niles 
—Captain. 




USHERETTES 



Advisor: BERNICE HANLON 



Row I: AAichele O'Brien, Roxanna Savary, June 
Gras^o— Captain, Carolyn McNeill Patricia 
Nagle, Susan Niles, Julie Mallon, Mary Home, 
Linda Schaffner, Eileen McGarvey, Carol Con- 
nors. Row 2, (stairs,): Denise Folino, Mary 
Walsh, Robin DeMauro, Nancy Conrad, Jean 
Sullivan, Cathy Ward, Charlotte Edwards, Pa- 
mela Howell, Debra Toner, Linda Whyte, Pamela 
Candia. 




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FOOTBALL 
CHEERLEADERS 



Kneeling: Marie Inello— Captain. Left to Right: 
Nancy Sinden, Jane Nagle, Donna Rossetti, 
Karen Rich, Anne Connaughton, Diane Vatcher, 
Nancy Conrad. 




BASKETBALL 
CHEERLEADERS 



Row 1: Brenda Whyte, Cathleen Grout, Janis 
Dell— Captain, Paula Carlton, Nancy Wilson. Row 
2; Joan Judge, Denise Arsenault, Phyllis South- 
ard. 




HOCKEY 
CHEERLEADERS 



Kneeling: Marie Inello— Captain. Row I, Stand- 
ing: Jane Nagle, Nancy Conrad, Anne Con- 
naughton. Row 2: Donna Rosetti, Nancy Sinden, 
Diane Vatcher, Karen Rich. 



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Concert Band 




Row I: Paul Pereira, Roger LaRocca, Lucy Tavernelli, Cynthia Jensen, Julie Mallon, Karen Sienkewicz. Row 2: Richard Bartlett, Elaine Nelson, 
Richard Stewart, Janis Carter, David Valeri, Stephen Geehan, Dale Manter, Anthony Navarro, Kathleen Robinson, James Johnson, John AAallon, 
Kathleen Auld, Patricia Kornotowski. Row 3: Warren Spence, Estelle Constant, Dorothy DiBattista, Susan Decareau, Scott Laffey, John Knickle, 
David Restrick, Robert AAiller, Paul Mercer, Wayne Cook, Thomas Weddle, Verne Rupright. Row 4: Gerald Nadeau, Albert Dineen, Robert Nagle, 
Robert Barrett, Robert McLoughlin, Arnold Willey, Daniel Carlson. Standing; Stephen Barrett, Walter Slattery, Dennis Berry, Stephen Boy, Dana 
Perham, Joseph Plassmann, James Murley, Julia Plassman, Director Jerome J. Mitchell. 



Marching Band 




Row J: Kathleen Hoffman, David Restrick, Gary Hamor, John Mallon, Paul Mercer, Kenneth Ross, Herbert Wood, Joseph Plassman, James Murley, 
Stephen Barrett, Wayne Cook, Julia Plassman, Robert Nagle, Anthony Navarro, Kathleen Auld, Dale Manter, Walter Slattery. Row 2: Stephen 
Geehan, Patricia Nagle, James Johnson, Daniel Carlson, Patricia Flanagan, Susan Decareau, Robert Miller, John Doucette, Dennis Berry, Thomas 
Weddle, John Knickle, Kenneth Auld, Richard Bartlett, Jason Murley, Ronald Long, Julie Mallon, Stephen Boy, Roger LaRocca, Kenneth Priestley, 
Verne Rupright, Ruth Johnson, Arnold Willey— Drum Major, Jerome Mitchell-Director. Row 3: Janis Carter, James O'Brien, Gerald Nadeau, Karen 
Sienkewicz, Stephen Scire, Albert Dineen, Cynthia Jensen, Paul Pereira, James MacDonald, Elaine Nelson, David Valeri, Robert Barrett, Warren 
Spence, Estelle Constant, Patricia Kornotowski, Kathy Robinson, Scott Laffey. Richard Stewart, Dorothy DiBattista, Kimberly Scire, Lucy Tavernelli. 

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Row J: Paricia Kornotowski— accompanist, Joyce Gillis, Anne Cook, Wendy Melillo, Barbara Jankowiak, Jane Gudaitis, Susan Finn, Patricia McKenna, 
Barbara Scott, Cheryl Marquis, Paula DeRoo, Janice Thurston, Dorothy Covino. Row 2: Joan Donovan, Nancy Pescatore, Janet Champoux, Linda 
Schaffner, Rochelle LeBlanc, Shirley Perrett, Alan MacMunn, Pamela Smith, Marcia Jordan, Debra Scannell, Carol Pesce, April Crqss, Patricia Swanson, 
Sherry Kontos, Carla Horton. Row 3: Susan Sarno, Roxanna Savary, Kathleen Powell, Cheryl Boivin, Elisabeth Hamilton, Bruce Bursey, Daniel 
Sullivan, Robert Goodwin, Roger LeBlanc, Francis Stewart, Stephen Pescatore, Cheryl Parrott, Cynthia Smith, Janice Scott. (Absent when picture 
was taken: Linda Skerry.) 



Chorus Officers 




April Cross— Secretary, Bruce Bursey— Vice-President, Patricia Kornotowski— President, Carol Pesce— Treasurer. 



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Junior Prom — 1968 




Douglas Bilton and Marie Inello 



On Friday, April 27, 1968, the Class of 
Sixty Nine presented its Junior Prom. The 
theme was "Love is Blue." Douglas Bilton 
and Marie Inello were crowned king and 
queen. All who attended enjoyed them- 
selves and made the evening a total success. 




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Grandpa Daniel Sullivan 

Penny Cindy Jensen 

Essie Patricia Nagle 

Kolenkhou Leo Archambault 

A//ce Jama Guilmette 

Tony David Osgood 

Mr. Kirby Gerard Hurley 

Mrs. Kirby Patricia Flanagan 

Paul Glenn Davis 

Ed Jonathan Larkin 

Mr. DiPinna Thomas Dombrowski 

Donald Paul Maestranzi 

Rheba Joyce Gillis 

Gay Jane Gudatis 

Henderson Michael McLean 

G-Men Robert Jordan 

Alan MacMunn 

Paul Nolan 

O/ga Susan Finn 




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fun time for all who attended in the 
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THE CAST 

Hortense Joanne Perham 

Maisie Kathleen Barressi 

Dulcie Joyce Gillis 

Fay Jane Rossetti 

Nancy Doreen Hopkins 

Sally April Cross 

Pam Maryann Gillis 

Alphonse Stephen Pescatore 

Marcel Gerard Hurley 

Francois Paul Nolan 

Pierre Kevin Riley 

Gaston Robert Jordan 

Madame Dubonnet Joan Donovan 

Polly Browne Linda Schaffner 

Bobby vanhieusen Alan MacMunn 

Percival Browne Leo Archambault 

Tony Brockhurst Thomas Dombrowski 

Lord Brockhurst Daniel Sullivan 

Lady Brockhurst Anne Sullivan 

Waiters Edward Allan 

Michael McLean 

Pepe Alan MacMunn 

Lolita Donna Russo 




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Row ?; William Babcock, Douglas Waybright, Philip Aubrey, Michael Annese, 
Paul Harrison, Michael Gaudet, Joseph Boyle, Frederick Paris— captain, 
Richard Orifice, Francis Veader, Ronald Smith, Daniel McNeil. Row 2: Paul 



Rockhill, Charles Naso, Louis O'Neil— captain, David Blundell, Stuart Fyfe, 
Steven Nelson, Daniel Heaney, John McBride, Ralph Tenaglia, William 
Eichel, Nicholas Splnelli, Edward Wadleigh, Wayne Bambury. Row 3: John 




This Eaglet goes no farther. 



Mid-game reflections. 



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Another Clipper bites the dust. 



The Saugus Sachems started off the season 
poorly. They lacked an offense, scoring only 
32 points in their first 5 games. Their only win 
was a 6-2 victory over Woburn. The Swamp- 
scott game marked the turn of the season. 
Against Swampscott they fought for 32 points, 
although they still lost. The Sachems then ex- 
ploded for 3 straight victories ending the sea- 
son with four wins, five losses. 



Desloges, John Richard, Richard Conti, John Sullivan, Ronald AAonteforte, 
Joseph Panarello, James Canole— captain, Paul Giansiracusa, Donald Reiniger, 
Alan Smallman, Richard DeSisto, Steven Colantuoni, Robert Osgood. 




Part of the game. 



Smallman sells out. 



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The agony of defeat. 



SCORES 



B. C. High 


30 


Saugus 


6 


Beverly 


20 


Saugus 


6 


Wobum 


2 


Saugus 


6 


Marblehead 


22 


Saugus 


6 


Newbury port 


30 


Saugus 


8 


Swampscott 


56 


Saugus 


32 


Winthrop 


6 


Saugus 


22 


Salem 


6 


Saugus 


16 


Pea body 


14 


Saugus 


26 




Needless worry . . . 



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STARTING OFFENSIVE LINEUP: Row 7: James Canole-Captain, John Sullivan, Louis O'Neil-Captain, William Eichel, Paul Giansiracusa, William Babcock, 
Alan Smallman. Row 2; Daniel Heaney, Francis Veader, Robert Osgood, John Richard, Paul Harrison, Daniel McNeil, Frederick Paris— Captain. 




Thanksgiving Game 



Saugus came to undefeated Peabody determined 
to win. A hard hitting defense allowed the Sachems 
to jump off to a 14 to lead at half time. At the 
beginning of the third period Peabody drove into 
Sachem territory, but the Sachems held them at 
the one yard line. The Sachems scored one more 
before Peabody could even get onto the score 
board. The game ended 24 to 14 for the greatest 
victory of the season! 



VICTORY!!! 



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Row J: Robert Osgood, John Richard, Daniel Swanson— Captain, Robert Gontarz— Captain, John Pescatore, Robert Bashford. Row 2: Ronald Rosenberg, William 
Eichel, Randy MacDougal, Robert Lovell, Louis Fladger, Richard Roman, (Steven Lanney absent at time picture was taken). 




Basketball 



SCORES 



Coaches McNeill and Hardy. 



Beverly 


48 


Saugus 


55 


Swampscott 


60 


Saugus 


88 


Amesbury 


42 


Saugus 


69 


Gloucester 


69 


Saugus 


83 


Winthrop 


56 


Saugus 


67 


Woburn 


64 


Saugus 


86 


Danvers 


39 


Saugus 


34 


Newburyport 


67 


Saugus 


77 


AAedford 


92 


Saugus 


76 


Marblehead 


52 


Saugus 


99 


Swampscott 


70 


Saugus 


54 


Amesbury 


82 


Saugus 


98 


Gloucester 


56 


Saugus 


69 


Winthrop 


65 


Saugus 


61 


Woburn 


66 


Saugus 


89 


Danvers 


43 


Saugus 


63 


Newburyport 


64 


Saugus 


74 


Marblehead 


85 


Saugus 


102 


Stoneham 


83 


Saugus 


89 



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This year the Basketball Team had the most 
successful season in recent years. The team 
had the best percentage of wins for a 16 
game schedule. Two outstanding players, 
Captain Daniel Swanson and Robert Lovell, 
placed in the top 10 in the Northeastern 
Conference. 



JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL: Row 1: William Duplisea, Pefer Boucher, Steven Niles, 
Charles Osgood, John Hansen. Row 2: John McBride, William Bly, Robert Farren, Thomas 
Smith, Robert Manning, Charles Kajen, Coach Joseph Hardy. 



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Row 7: Wayne Bambury, Gary Munsen, Douglas Bilton, Wayne Trudeau, George Lasquade, Karl Lovell. Row 2: Christopher Agersea Mark Salsman-Captain, 
William Babcock, John Robinson, James MacDougal, Robert Tilley, Richard Spence-Captain, Daniel Heaney, Warren Mosher, Louis O Neil. 

TEAM 



Exercise in effort. 



William Babcock . . . vital defenseman. 






The Saugus Sachems Hockey Team once again proved their 
strength on the ice. 

They ended their season successfully with nine wins, five 
losses and two ties. 




JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM: Row J, L to R: Daniel Whyte, Jeffrey Moore, Barry Whyte, Thomas Howell. Row 2, L fo R.- 
Arthur Carakatsane, Karl Lovell, William Peters, William Donahue, Mr. White— Coach. 



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Swampscott 
Marblehead 
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VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY: Row 7: Frank Clapp, Robert Gontarz, John Pescatore. Row 2: Thomas Samuels, Leonard Caruso, Richard Dollard, Ronald 
Rosenburg, David LeBlanc. 

Cross Country 

The Saugus High School Cross Country Team put every 
ounce of effort into its season and proved it with the 
results. Captain Robert Gontarz was top runner. 




Off and running. 



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SCORES 



AAarblehead 




30 


Saugus 


25 


Newbury port 


24 


Saugus 


32 


Danvers 




23 


Saugus 


33 


Woburn 




28 


Saugus 


27 


Winthrop 




20 


Saugus 


43 


Gloucester 




35 


Saugus 


22 


Amesbury 




20 


Saugus 


35 


Swampscott 




32 


Saugus 


24 


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Coach McNeil at work. 



J.V. CROSS COUNTRY: Row U Robert Bashford, Randy MacDougal, Paul Calvo. Row 2: Frank 
Gagliardi, William Grout, Walter Nadworny, Donald Holmes, William Duplisea. 



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GYMNASTICS TEAM: Row J: Carl Carmosino, Daniel McNeil, Wayne Wetherbee, Kenneth Saccone, Richard Hussey, Gregory Dugas, Philip Aubrey, 

Albert Polese, John Pesce, Charles Savage, Carl Spencer, Patrick Ventnce. Row 2: James Chernoff, Dana Johnson, Richard DeSisto, Dana Johnson, 

Ronald Smith, George Farnham, Joseph Boyle, Scott Fyfe, James DeMauro, Coach Ward, Ronald Seaboyer, Brenton Spencer, Richard Nato, 
Thomas DeFranzo, Lloyd Kucsh, Andrew Johnson, Daniel Buckless. 




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The boys' competitive season has been 
an inspiring one for the entire student 
body. Outstanding gymnasts were Cap- 
tains Phil Aubrey and Greg Dugas who 
placed in State Meet. 





SCORES 


North Reading 


94.36 


AAasconomet 


78. 


Winthrop 


93. 


Timberlane 


76. 


North Reading 


85. 6 


Winthrop 


89. 4 


AAasconomet 


72. 


Tewksbury 


82. 



Saugus 


94.35 


Saugus 


87.55 


Saugus 


87. 5 


Saugus 


84. 


Saugus 


84.15 


Saugus 


84. 4 


Saugus 


88. 7 


Saugus 


94. 




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GIRLS' VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY: Row h Martha Melanson, AAarlene Guilmette, Ellen Svenson, Ann Herring. Row 2; Linda Bashford, Helen Merrithew, 
Kathleen Chafski, Nancy Wolfe, Patricia O'Neil, Nancy Perkins, Theresa Golden. 




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Row h Norma Welter, Donna Digiacomo, 
Diane Perrett, Doreen Hopkins. Row 2: Chris- 
tine Fredericks, Luanne Wall, Shirley Perrett, 
Susan Bishop, Nancy LeDrew, Kathryn Ford, 
Georgiana Isbell, Christine Rossetti. 




JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM. 



Girls' Field Hockey 



The skills and technique of field hockey 
were displayed by our girls hockey team 
this year. Perseverance and the desire 
to win brought them a most successful 
season. 




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Row 1: Lisa Moses, Captain; Dorothy Swenson, Captain; Ann Herring. Row 2: Cathleen Chapski, Patricia O'Neil, Nancy Perkins, Michele O'Brien. Row 
3: Nancy Wolfe, Denise Flammia, Carol Calkins, Nancy Drew. 





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GIRLS J.V. BASKETBALL: Row 1 : Susan Healey, Susan Koschei, Meridith Maxwell, Nancy DeFranzo, 

Christine Rossetti. Row 2: Patricia Melciano, Lorie Moses, Mary Ozachowski, Nancy Pescatore, 

Susan Bishop. Row 3: Rita McKenzie, Patricia Connaughton, Cheryl Day, Mary Kryzwicki, June 
Cristiano, Theresa Golden. 



The Girls' Basketball Team aroused 
interest and enthusiasm with its all 
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Graduates 



Linda Artemchuk 
Stephen Barrett 
Linda Bennett 
Ruth Berrett 
Nancy Bishop 
Dennis Boisvert 
John Burke 
Carol Calkins 
Pamela Candia 
James Canole 
Richard Carii 
Wendy Carr 
Karen Cochrane 
Anne Connaughton 
Nancy Conrad 
Janis Dell 
John Desloges 
Gregory Dugas 
Diane Duval 
Denise Folino 
Christine Golden 
Robert Grant 
June Grasso 
Phyllis Haley 
Mary Home 
Janice Hughes 
Britt Johnson 
Robert Jordan 
Joan Judge 
Patricia Kornotowski 
Raymond Leather 




Cynthia Long 
Susan Lumsden 
Cheryl Marquis 
Richard McCormack 
Robert McCormack 
Eileen McGarvey 
Wallace McKenzie 
Carolyn McNeill 
Judith Meszaros 
Christine Moriello 
Beverly Murray 
Mary Nelson 
Robert Pantalone 
Frederick Paris 
John Pesce 
Albert Polese 
Christine Prialaga 
Thomas Quinlan 
Richard Roman 
Roxanna Savary 
Linda Schaffner 
Karen Sienkewicz 
Alan Smallman 
Stephen Staffier 
Jean Sullivan 
Ellen. Svenson 
Nelsie Thompson 
Debra Toner 
Mary Walsh 
Cathy Ward 
Linda Whyte 



COLORS: GREEN AND WHITE 

MOTTO: BEFORE US AN AMORPHOUS WORLD, 
WAITING TO BE CRYSTALLIZED. 

John Burke 



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KENNETH VIRGIL SACCONE 
3 Gilway Road 

Our lively, popular Class Pres- 
ident is a talented gymnast and 
drummer. Kenny's warmth, sin- 
cerity and winning smile make 
him a pleasure to know. 

Activities: Class President 2, 4; 
Student Council 4; Ski Club 3, 4 — 
President; Spanish Club 2; Gymnastics 
2, 3, 4; Football 1, 7, Volleyball 
2; Cross Country Manager 2. 



ANNE MARGARET 
CONNAUGHTON 
15 Wamesit Avenue 

Pretty Anne, a vital part of our 
Senior Class, whose wit and 
intelligence are equaled only 
by her winning smile. 

Activities! Girls' Club Secretory- 
Treasurer 3, 4; Pep Squad 2 : Stu- 
dent Council 1, 2; Class Board of Di- 
rectors 3; Class Vice-President A; 
Cheerleader 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 2, 3, 4; French Club 3; 
Ski Club 3, A; Guidance Aide 2, 
3; Volleyball 4. 



JOAN MARIE JUDGE 
17 Oaklandvale Avenue 

A quiet intelligence, a blush 
of diffidence comprise the 
bright enigma that is Joan. 

Activities: Cheerleader 3, 4 ; Na- 
tional Honor Society 2, 3, A; Stu- 
dent Council 2, Vice-President 3, 
4; French Club 2, 3, 4; Class Sec- 
retary 1, 4; Girls' Club — President 4. 



KATHRYN ANN NICOSIA 
7 Hull Drive 

"To have true friends, one must 
be one" . . . and Kathy's pop- 
ularity has proven this. 

Activities.- Class Treasurer 4; Student 
Council 3, 4; Future Teochers Club 
2, 3. 4; Guidance Aide 3; Glee 
Club 2; Tontoquonian Biography Staff 
4 ; Basketball 2 ; Volleyball 3, 4. 



CLASS OFFICERS AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS 




SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS and BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Row I: Kathryn Nicosia, Kenneth Saccone, Anne Connaughton, Joan . Judge. Row S.- 
John Burke, Susan Niles, Charles Sampson, Marie Inello, Philip Aubrey. 



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EOLA ROSEZILLA ABORN 
16 Waban Street 

Mild-tempered, cooperative and 
quiet, Rose is an asset to our 
class in her own special way. 



MICHAEL LORNE AHL 
72 Cedar Street 

Tall and quiet Mike may fre- 
quently be found working on 
cars in his spare time. 



KATHLEEN ALLEN 
146 Main Street 

Talkative Kathi has a bubbling, 
enthusiastic nature which has 
brightened up many classes at 
S.H.S. 

Activities: Pep Squad 1; Sahico 
Club 4 — Program Chairman. 



FREDERIC GEORGE ALTHER 
82 Sweetwater Street 

Fred, a distinctive dresser, dis- 
plays qualities of individualism 
and a good sense of humor. 




CHRIS PETER AGERSEA 
2 Meadow Lane 

Tall, blond Chris is character- 
ized by his friendly ways and 
easy-going personality. 



Activities: Ski Club 2, 
2, 3, 4; Volleyball 



3; Hockey 



EDWARD JAMES ALLAN 
14 Spencer Avenue 

Good-natured Eddie is always 
ready, willing, and able to lend 
that much needed hand. 

Activities: National Thespians 3; 
Dramatic Club 3; Tonfoquonian Pho- 
tographer 4. 



RODERICK TYLER ALLEN 
19 Ernest Street 

Quiet though friendly Rod has 
the determination needed for 
success. 

Activities: Ski Club 3, 4. 





LOUISE ANASTASI 
9 Laurine Road 

Louise's unique 
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flair for the 



Activities: Class Treasurer 2; Art 
Club 4; Ski Club 4; Volleyball. 




STEVEN ANDERSON 
3 Old County Road 

Steve brightens everyone's day 
with his ready smile and his 
enthusiastic greetings. 



JAMES THEODORE ARMSTRONG 
83 Riverbank Road 



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Few people in our class 
as well-appreciated and 
truly talented as Jimmy. 



Activities: Art Club 4— President; 
French Club 4; Tontoquonian Art 
Editor 4; Junior Prom Chairman,- Art 
Editor of Vistas 3. 



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Quiet and reserved Jim displays 
qualities of good-naturedness 
and friendliness. 




ANN MARIE ANZALONE 
19 Harlow Street 

Sophistication and dedication 
balance equally with serenity. 
Best of Luck, Ann. 

Activities: Student Council 1; 

Class Board of Directors 3; Twirler 
2, 3, 4 — Captain; Future Teachers 
Club 2; French Club 3, 4; Guidance 
Aide 2, 3, 4; Band Concert 2, 3, 4. 



LAWRENCE EDWARD ANDRUS 
219 Essex Street 

Sports and good times are 
synonymous with friendly Larry. 

Activities: Lolm Club 2 ; Visual 
Aides 3, 4; Baseball 2; Gymnastics 
2; Volleyball 4. 



STEPHEN EARL ANTHONY 
45 Birch Street 

Quiet, reserved and amiable, 
Steve has won respect and 
friendship from all who know 
him. 



LEO ARCHAMBAULT 
50 Houston Avenue 

Leo's good nature and magnetic 
personality has won him many 
friends. 

Activities: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; 
Thespians 2, 3. 




DENISE MARIE ARSENAULT 
33 Traveler Road 

Denise's lively wit and per- 
sonality have livened up many 
a dull day. 

Activities: Library Aide 2; Future 
Homemakers Club 1; Pep Squad 
1; Pompon Squad 2; Office Aide 
2, 3, 4; Gymnastics Team 2, 3, 4; 
Cheerleader 3, 4; Tontoquonian Busi- 
ness Staff 4. 








LINDA ARTEMCHUK 
77 Great Woods Road 

Linda's thirst for knowledge 
can only lead her to success. 

Activities: Sahico Club 4. 



PHILIP STANLEY AUBREY 
8 Hampstead Street 

Phil is a hardworking, de- 
pendable individual, who is 
sure to win success. 

Activities: Class Board of Directors 
4; Gymnastics 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 
2, 3, 4. 



JANE ELLEN BALLARD 

Cute and lively Jane will en- 
lighten the days of those witli 
whom she works when she be- 
comes a secretary. 



WAYNE DOUGLAS 

BAMBURY 
3 Pranker Road 

Wayne, an all round athlete, 
takes pride in his work for the 
Saugus Sachems. 

Activities: Ski Club 4; Hockey 2, 
3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 
1, 2, 3, 4 ; Gymnastics 2; Track 
2; Volleyball 2, 3. 




JUDITH LOUISE BARBER 
10 Bryant Street 

With a sweet and happy air, 
Judy is a bundle of smiles 
and laughter. 

Activities: Future Homemakers Club 
1. 



KATHLEEN JOANNE 

BARRESSI 
20 Bristow Street 
Exceptionally good-natured and 
amiable, Kathy has proved to 
be a good example of the 
old adage, "good things come 
in small packages." 
Activities: Class Vice-President 1; 
Student Council 2 — Secretary- Class 
Board of Directors 3; Ski Club 4; 
Future Homemakers Club 4; Pep 
Squad 1, 2. 



STEPHEN BENEDICT BARRETT 
13 Pearson Street 

Steve deserves commendation 
for his diligent research and 
hard work. 

Activ/'ties: Math Team 2, 3, 4 — 
Captain; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4. 



MARK BARRY 
21 Dustin Street 

Carefree Mark is a great asset 
to the track team.— a cheerful 
word for all. 



Activities: Track 
Country 4. 



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LINDA ANNE BASANISI 
10 Laurine Road 

A girl with Linda's charming 
disposition is bound to have 
a successful future. 



LINDA LEE BASHFORD 
37 Adams Avenue 

Friendly Linda is an earnest and 
devoted sports enthusiast. 

Activities! Pep Squad 2; Field 
Hockey 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4 



ALAN MICHAEL BELYEA 
1 1 Herbert Avenue 

An easy-going manner and a 
perpetual smile combine to 
make personable, sincere Al. 

Activities! French Club 2; Football 
1; Basketball 2, 4; Volleyball 3. 
4; Cross Country 2. 



LINDA ANNE BENNETT 
52 Auburn Street 

A soft voice and an easy na- 
ture personify Linda. 

Activities: Style Show 2; Office 
A,de 2, 3, 4; Sahico Club 4— 
Recorder; Gymnastics 2. 




RUTH ANNE BERRETT 
24 Laurel Street 

Her poise, intelligence and 
capability will lead her to suc- 
cess. 



ROBIN LEIGH BERRY 
29V2 Talyor Street 

Robin, pretty and sophisticated, 
brightens many a rainy day at 
S.H.S. Melrose is where most 
of her time is spent. Can be 
found at Grant's. 



DOUGLAS PAUL BILTON 
7 Edgehill Road 

Always full of fun and humor, 
Doug will be remembered for 
his easy-going cheerful disposi- 
tion. 



NANCY ELIZABETH BISHOP 
1 2 Norman Road 

Nancy's friendly personality and 
her intellectual ability will as- 
sure her much success in her 
future. 



Activities: Guidance 
Pep Squad 2. 



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Activities: Visual Aides 1; Ski Club 
3; Photography Club 2. 




DENNIS HOWARD BOISVERT 
14 Howard Street 

An unusual wit, a perpetual 
smile, and a congenial per- 
sonality make Dennis a very 
likeable person. 



PATRICIA ELLEN BOWEN 
1 2 Raddin Terrace 

Cheerful Pat — her contagious 
laugh may be heard every- 
where. 



Activities: 
Squad 2, 



French Club 2, 3; Pep 
3; Marshall 4. 



PAMELA ANN BROWN 
21 Warden Street 

An energetic nature, unselfish 
disposition, and magnetic per- 
sonality will prove to be of 
great advantage to Pam in fu- 
ture years. 




DAVID GEORGE BLUNDELL 
27 Herbert Avenue 

A winning smile and cheerful 
disposition will insure Dave 
many life long friendships. 

Activities: Student Council 4; Ski 
Club 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Weight- 
lifting 3; Gymnastics 2; Volleyball 4. 



ANDREW JOHN BOLES 
48 Dudley Street 

Quick witted Drew would like 
a career in forestry or Air 
Force . . . Has a flair for the 
outdoor sports. Look for him 
at the Towne Lyne House 
Restaurant. 



Activities: Student 



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ROY ALBERT BOURGEOIS 
18 Lewis Lane 

Roy's unusual and varied in- 
terests, from pool to jazz as- 
sure him a promising future. 









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THERESA COLLETTE BROWN 
18 Cottage Street 

Terry's boundless vitality and 
good naturedness have made 
her well-liked by all. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2; Future 
Teachers Club 2; Office Aide 2, 
3; Volleyball 3, 4 



JOAN MARGARET BRUNO 
14 Shore Road 

Cheerful Jay always has a 

friendly word for everyone. A 

hard working DECA member, 

employed at Barnett Fabric 
Stores. 

Activities: Library Aide 3; DECA 4— 
Secretary; Volleyball 4. 




JAN ZYGMUNT BUZUN 
14 Dreeme Street 

We will always remember 
Buzz's energetic manner and 
his willingness to help out. 

Activity: Ski Club 4. 




SHEILA MARION BUCKLESS 
142 Walnut Street 

A bubbly conversation, a burst 
of giggles add up to form 
Sheila. 

Activities: Glee Club 2; Future 
Teachers 1, 2; Office Aide 1, 2, 3; 
Pep Squad 2. 



BRUCE WILLIAM BURSEY 
40 Jasper Street 

Dedication and sincerity will 
assure Bruce a high place in 
the medical field. 

Activities: French Club 3, 4; Ski 
Club 4; Dramotic Club 4; 'Glee 
Club 4— Vice-President. 



KENNETH JAMES BUCKLESS 
14 Walden Pond Avenue 

Buoyant and carefree, with a 
grin from ear to ear, amply 
describes Kenny. 

Activities: Visual Aids 2, 3; Span- 
ish Club 2; Volleyball 3, 4 ; Gym- 
nastics 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Cross 
Country 2, 3. 



JOHN STEPHEN BURKE 
25 Staaf Road 

By studying John's diverse ac- 
tivities and achievements, know- 
ing his congenial, affable per- 
sonality point to a future that 
will be unique. 

Activities: Library Aide 2; French 
Club 3. 4; Math Team 2, 3, 4; 
National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; 
Vistas 2 — Assistant Co-Editor, 3 — 
Co-Editor, 4 — Co-Editor; Class 

Board of Directors 4; Student 
Council 4 — President; National 

Merit Finalist 4. 



JANET BUSALACCHI 
26 Newhall Street 

Always friendly, always smil- 
ing, Janet and fun are syn- 
onymous. 

Activities: Future Teachers 2. 




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CHRISTINA CAHILL 
72 Lincoln Avenue 

The presence of Chris is the 
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MARIA CALCAGNO 
56 Howard Street 

A certain smile, an understand- 
ing friend . . . that's Marie. 

Activities: DECA— V i c e-Presidertt; 
Guidance Aide 2, 3, 4; Library Aide 
2. 



CAROL ANN CALKINS 
1 1 Guard Street 

A sparkling smile and a bub- 
bling personality combine to 
form Carol. 

Activities: Lalin Club 2, 3, 4; Future 

Teachers Club 3, 4, Pep Squad 3; 

Tontoquonian Advertising Staff 4, 
Basketball 3, 4. 



PAMELA CHRISTINE CANDIA 
4 Woods Road 

Quiet, sweet-natured Pam— al- 
ways friendly, always sincere. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2; Office 
Aide 2, 4; Usherettes 4; Sahico 
Club 4; Tontoquonian Business Staff 
4. 



JAMES WILLIAM CANOLE 
5 Floyd Street 

Jim is that steadfast individual 
whose ready smile is the key- 
note to his pleasant personality. 

Activities: Tontoquonian Biography 
Staff 4; Football 2, 3, 4— Co-Cop- 
tam; Track 3, 4; Volleyball 3, 4; 
Gymnastics 2, 3. 




THOMAS PAUL CAPONE 
33 Holden Avenue 

Tom's reserved manner and 
ready smile are qualities of a 
likeable person. 



EDWARD PAUL CARBONE 
23 Summitt Avenue 

Good humor and a lively per- 
sonality sum up to our quick 
wit, Ed. 

Activities: Chess Club 2; Dramotic 
Club 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4; Ski Club 
3, 4; Football 3, Baseball 3, 4; 
Volleyball 3, 4. 



JOHN ANTHONY CARDOZO 
41 Palmetto Street 

John finds it easy to get along 
well with others. His friend- 
liness and humor will carry 
him far. 



RICHARD JOHN CARLI 
42 Vine Street 

Rich's qualities of friendliness 
and ambition formulate to make 
him a person to admire. 

Activities: National Honor Society 
3, 4; Track 4. 



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CARL CARMOSINO 
27 Venice Avenue 

Sincere, always fun to be with, 
Carl, well-liked and a friend 
to all. 

Activity: Gymnastics 3, 4 



LEONA RUTH CARR 
35 Houston Avenue 

Lee's enthusiasm and helpful- 
ness will carry her far in the 

business world. 

Activities: Pep Squad 3; Sahico Club 
4. 



WENDY MARY CARR 
208 Lincoln Avenue 

Sincerity, plus a certain mat- 
ter of factness combine to 
form determined Wendy. 

Activities: French Club 3 — Secretary, 
4 — President; Pep Squad 2, 3; Fu- 
ture Nurses Club 3; Ski Club 3, 4. 



LEONARD MICHAEL CARUSO 
225 Lynn Fells Parkway 

Who is that boy with the im- 
pish twinkle in his eyes and 
the happiest of all smiles on his 
face?— That has to be Lennie. 




DENISE JEAN CASWELL 
15 Pratt Street 

Denise . . . always looking for 
fun, always a smile for every- 



Aclivilies: French Club 3, 4; Pep 
Squad 2, 3, 4. 



LINDA ELAINE CATALDO 
10 Enmore Road 

Her infectious smile and pleas- 
ant personality will always 
bring her happiness. 

Activities: Usherettes 4; Marshall 2. 



PATRICIA ELLEN CECERE 
46 Staaf Road 

Pat is cute and stylish and her 
outgoing personality will as- 
sure her of popularity in any 
crowd. 

Activities: Student Council 2; Ski 
Club 4; Art Club 2, 4; Pep Squad 
2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 4. 



JANET AMY CHAMPOUX 
22 Pinecrest Avenue 

Jan's ability to find fun where- 
ever she is has helped to win 
her many friends. 



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LORRAINE ETHEL CHAPMAN 
14 Montgomery Street 

Lorraine's sunny personality 
will brighten up even the 
darkest day. 



LAUREL JANE CHERNOFF 
302 Central Street 

Quiet sophistication plus a 
sweet smile and manner are 
Laurel. 

Activities: Student Council 2; Dra- 
matic Club 2; Guidance Aide 2. 



KAREN ANN COCHRANE 
1 Cross Street 

Karen, a sincere friend "through 
thick and thin." 

Activities: Library Aide 2; Spanish 
Club 4; National Honor Society 3, 4. 



FRANKLYN KEITH COLLUM, JR. 
54 Palmetto Street 

Tall, smiling Frank, perpetual 
good humor and friendliness for 
all. 

Activities: Chess Club 2; Basketball 2 




LYNDA ANN CHARLES 
53 Lincoln Avenue 

Quiet, softspoken Linda is 
characterized by her soft, sweet 
laugh and sincere personality. 



JACKIE LYNN CLANCY 
45 Bristow Street 

Peppy, jubilant Jackie, loads of 
fun and full of smiles. 

Activities: Pep Squad 4; Sahico 
Club 4. 



JAMES COFFILL 
22 Evergreen Street 

The funloving and sincere char- 
acter of Jim has enabled him 
to make many friends at S.H.S. 




DAVID LESLIE COLPITTS 
132 Main Street 

David's ingenius, active and 
alert mind are sure steps up 
the ladder of success. 







CAROL ANN CONNERS 
9 Dreeme Street 

There isn't a more perfect com- 
bination of wit and scintillating 
charm than that found in Carol. 

Activities: Student Council 3; Pep 
Squad 2; Usherettes 4, Ski Club 4; 
Volleyball 4. 





JEAN ANN CUNDY 
47 Magnolia Street 

Fun-loving, intelligent and ath- 
letic Jean ... a future success. 



KRISTINE LIN COOPER 
508 Central Street 

A friendly manner, a warm 
soft-spoken way are all quali- 
ties typical of attractive Kris. 

Activities: Future Teacher Club 2, 
3, 4; French Club 2, Office Aide 1, 
2; Receptionist 4; Volleyball 3. 



PAULA JANE CREAMER 
453 Central Street 

Paula, school-spirited and out- 
going . . . her good-naturedness 
has made her many friends. 



NANCY JEAN CONRAD 
3 Conrad Terrace 

Vivacious Nancy is an energetic 
and cheerful member of our 
class. 

Activities: Class Secretary 2; Board 
of Directors 3; Student Council 4; 
Future Teachers Club 2, 3; French 
Club 3; Office Aide 3, 4; Guid- 
ance Aide 2; Marshall 4; Dramatic 
Club 4; Usherettes 4; Cheerleader 
3, 4; Basketball 2; Pompon Squad 2. 



PATRICIA ANNE CRAIK 
3 Spring Lane 

Talented, ambitious and de- 
pendable Patti has been great- 
ly appreciated by the Class of 
Sixty Nine. Good luck, Pat! 

Activities: Art Club 3, 4 ; Pep 
Squad 2, 3; Tontoquonian Art 
Staff 4; Future Teachers Club 3; 
Pompon Squad 2 — Captain; Junior 
Prom Committee. 



LESLIE GUY CROWELL 
15 Kenwood Avenue 

His unmatchable congeniality 
and out-going nature will never 
let him be without friends. 



Activities: Visual Aids 
Treasurer. 



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CHRISTINE CUSCUNA 
32 Spencer Avenue 

A charming, winsome disposi- 
tion has made many friends for 
Chris at Saugus High. 






Activities: Spanish Club 
ident; Ski Club A; Library 



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JEFFREY HOMER CUSHING 
A Pranker Road 

Good-looking Jeff has suc- 
ceeded in being completely 
himself by using his wit and 
talents to their fullest extents. 
Activities: Vice-President 2; Student 
Council 2; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Dra- 
matic Club 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4; 
DECA 4; Volleyball 3, 4; Interna- 
tional Relations Club 4. 



JAMES MICHAEL DAGENAIS 
51 Atlantic Avenue 

Always in the midst of good 
times . . . Jimmy is a friend 
to all. 



CAROL JANE DAY 
9 Emory Street 

Carol, cute, petite and nice 
to know . . . school-spirited and 
ambitious. 



ERIC JAMES DEARSTYNE 
46 Fairmount Avenue 

Eric seems to possess a quiet 
manner, but is always found 
joking and full of fun. 



Activities: Chess 
Club 2, 3. 



Club 2; Latin 




LILLIAN DE FEO 
44 Morton Avenue 

A touch of individuality, a dis- 
tinctive wardrobe ... a non- 
conformist in a true sense of 
the word. 



DIANE MARIE DeFURIA 
14 Houston Avenue 

A bright, cheerful and generous 
nature will be an asset to her 
secretarial career. 



Activities: French Club 3, 
matic Club 4. 



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JANIS KATHERINE DELL 
15 Alfred Road 

Poise, charm, sophistication and 
impeccable taste are Janis' well- 
known qualities. Finesse is the 
perfect word for her. 

Activities-. Future Teachers Club 2; 
Pep Squad 2; Art Club 2; French 
Club 3, 4; Cheerleader 3, 4 — Cap- 
tain; Ski Club 4. 

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ROBIN ELIZABETH DeMAURO 
61 Central Street 

Robin ... a happy combination 
of beauty and charm. 

Activities: Student Council 4; Fu- 
ture Teachers Club 2, 3, 4; Sachem- 
ettes 3, 4; Band Concert 4; Usher- 
ettes 4; Library Aide 2, 4; Volley- 
ball 3; Basketball 2; Gymnastics 2, 
3; Pep Squad 2. 



JOHN FRANCIS DESLOGES 
16 Avon Street 

Intelligence, sincerity and so- 
phistication all formulate to 
make John. 

Activities: Football 3, 4; Baseball 
2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4 : Basket- 
ball 3; Weightlifting. 



LOUIS ANTHONY DeSOUZA, JR. 
7 Oceanview Avenue 

Friendly and outgoing Louie, 
always joking, always laugh- 
ing. 

Activities: DECA 3, 4; Volleyball 2 



ALFRED THOMAS DIOTTE 
77 Riverbank Road 

The subtle wit and calm nature 
of Al have won him many 
friends. 



DONNA MARY DiTONDO 
41 Pearson Street 

A cheerful and warmhearted 
nature are qualities typical of 
Donna. 




GARY GEORGE DOHERTY 
8 Kent Street 

Smiling Gary makes friends 
easily and can always be seen 
at S.H.S. activities. 

Activities: Ski Club 3, 4; Dramatic 
Club 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; 
Football 2, 3; Gymnastics 2, 3, 4 



JAMES DOHERTY 
8 Kent Street 

An easy-going manner and a 
ready smile have made Jim a 
very likable person. 

Activities: Ski Club 3, 4; French Club 
3, 4; Gymnastics 2, 3, 4; Cross 
Country 2, 3; Hockey 3, 4. 



JOSEPH RAYMOND 
CHRISTOPHER DONOVAN 
80 Central Street 

Fun loving Chris . . . music 
and surfing are his favorite 
pastimes. 



ELIZABETH NANCY DORMER 
101 Saville Street 

Considerate and quiet Betty, an 
aspiring secretary and friend to 
all. 

Activity: Sahico Club 4, 



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PAUL STEVEN DOUCETTE 
7 Clinton Avenue 

A quiet and unassuming, yet 
determined nature will bene- 
fit Paul in trade school. 



DONNA MARIE DUCOTT 
94 Essex Street 

Out-going, friendly Donna, a 
diligent worker, always in 
search of good times. 

Activities: Homemaking Club 2, 3, 
4 President; All School Play 2. 




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25 Seagirt Avenue 






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KATHLEEN ANN DUNHAM 
20 Harrison Avenue 

Kathy radiates a bright, cheer- 
ful atmosphere wherever she 
goes. 




ERIC BRENT DRAPER 
30 Lily Pond Avenue 

Distinctive Eric, friendly, fun- 
loving and definitely likable. 



ROBERT DUCOTT 
94 Essex Street 

Bobby's outgoing personality 
and well developed artistic 
talents will be of great benefit 
to the art world. 

Activity: Library Aide 2, 3, 4. 



DEBRA DUMBLAUSKAS 
17 Willis Street 

Easy going and friendly . . . her 
mild-mannered and sweet na- 
ture are hers alone. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Future 
Teachers Club 4; Volleyball 4. 





MARY ETHELROSE DUPLISEA 
13 Pranker Road 

Mary's quiet manner, sincerity 
and literary talents will carry 
her to the height of success. 

Activity: French Club 4. 






DIANE AAICHELE DUVAL 
21 Curtis Road 

Cheerful and friendly Diane 
will never be at a loss for 
friends. 

Activities: Sahico Club 4 — Treas- 
urer; Office Aide 2, 3, 4. 





DOhJNA MARIE FERREIRA 
79 Springdale Avenue 

Donna's bright outlook towards 
life plus her determination will 
help her to achieve her goals 
in the business world. 



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'ties: Pep Squad 3; Guidance 
3; Marshall 4. 



CHARLOTTE JEAN EDWARDS 
24 Longwood Avenue 

Petite and lively, Charlotte al- 
ways has a pleasant smile and 
friendly "hello" for everyone. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; Future 
Nurses 1, 2, 3 — Secretary, 4 — Pro- 
gram Chairman,- Marshal 4; Guid- 
ance 4; Office Aide 4; Usherettes 
4 — 1st Lieutenant. 



ROSALIE FAZIO 
17 Water Street 

Rosalie's charming open-minded 
manner indicates good fortune 
in years to come. 




SUSAN ANN EATON 
58 Denver Street 

A friendly girl of many moods 
and poetic talents. 



STEPHEN THOMAS EDWARDS 
24 Longwood Avenue 

A friendly and mild-manner 
and a courteous and unassum- 
ing way belong to Steve alone. 



DENISE FOLINO 

3 Oceanview Avenue 

Well-mannered and considerate 
of others, Denise is continually 
surrounded by friends. 



LOUIS ROBERT FLADGER 
8 Avon Street 

How could there be a dull 
moment with Louie around? His 
good nature and keen sense of 
humor make him a great addi- 
tion to our class. 

Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4 ; Track 
4; Cross Country 4; Baseball 3, 4. 







DENISE MARIE FLAMMIA 
20 Maple Street 

Amiable and athletic, Denise is 
an important member of girls' 
sports. Her thoughtfulness and 
sincerity will bring her much 
happiness. 

Activities: Pompon Squad 2; Twirler 
3, 4 ; Library Aide 3; Office Aide 
2; French Club 4; Gymnastics 3; 
Field Hockey Manager 3; Basketball 
2. 3. 4; Softball 2, 3, 4. 



BRUCE WAYNE FLASHENBURG 
28 Bennett Avenue 

Industrious, cheerful Bruce will 
be kept busy in the future with 
his hobby, music, and his col- 
lege work. 

Activities: Latin Club 3; Audio 
Visual Aides 4 — Secretary. 



DIANE RAE FORREST 
35 Garfield Avenue 

Cute and witty Diane is friend- 
ly and always very happy. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; Ski 
Club 4; Gymnastics 2, 3, 4; Soft- 
ball 2. 



DARIA ANN FORTUNATO 
3 Pond Street 

Daria is admired for her con- 
genial manner, artistic talent 
and individuality. 




JOHN DAVID FREDERICK 
77 Clifton Avenue 

Quiet John ... his warm per- 
sonality and easy-going nature 
have made him everyone's 
friend. 

Activity: Ski Club 4. 



LINDA MARIE FRUSCIANTE 
8 Altamount Avenue 

Linda's natural ability to make 
friends and her persuasive man- 
ner assure her good fortune 
in the future. 

Activities: Guidance Aide 3; Ski 
Club 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 
4; Dramatic Club 4. 



JANICE JOY GIANASCOLI 
6 Serino Way 

Janice, not only stylish and at- 
tractive is a master of the art 
of conversation. 



Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; 
Club 4. 



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VINCENT EDWARD 

GIANNUSA, III 
7 Pinehurst Avenue 

Good looking and ambitious 
Vincent is sure to succeed in his 
chosen field as an architect. 



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LINDA LEE GIGNAC 
6 Holden Avenue 

A pretty face and a flair for 
fashion give Linda a special 
quality all her own. 



MARYANN GILLIS 
7 Mclntyre Road 

Sincere Maryann . . . Her love 
for music and the stage is 
certain to point to success. 

Activities: Ski Club 3, i; Dramatic 
Club 3, 4; Musical 3; Glee Club 3. 



ROBERT DANIEL GLAZER 
1 Wakefield Avenue 

Bob is witty and easy going. 
His good natured personality 
will carry him far in future 
years. 

Activity: Visual Aides 2, 3, 4. 



CHRISTINE ANNE GOLDEN 
3 Olive Avenue 

Intelligence and honesty make 
Chris a pleasure to know. 

Activities: Future Teachers Club 4; 
Ski Club 3, 4; French Club 1; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4; Tonto- 
quonian Activities Staff 4. 




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ROBERT DONALD GONTARZ 
19 Greenwood Avenue 

Courtesy and respect for those 
around him— add good-looks 
and you have our hoop-star 
Bobby. 

Activities-. Visual Aides 3, 4; Basket- 
boll 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 
4; Volleyball 3, 4. 



MARJORIE ELLEN GOODWIN 
69 Springdale Avenue 

Talkative Margie can always be 
found giggling. 

Activity: Volleyball 4. 



JOSEPH DENNIS GOULD 
8 Newcomb Avenue 

Dennis possesses a strong per- 
sonality and a pleasing, honest 
disposition. 

Activities: Student Council 2; Cross 
Country 2, 3, 4 ; Track 2, 3, 4- 
Volleyball 4. 



ROBERT EDWARD GRANT 
351 Central Street 

Bob, our own linguist, has a 
promised future in the field of 
languages. 

Activities: Student Council 1; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4. 



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JUNE MARIE GRASSO 
27 Highland Avenue 

Diligence and perseverance 
could not begin to describe the 
immeasurable qualities June 
possesses, for her assets are 
countless and her devotion in- 
fallible. 

Activities: Tontoquonian Editor-in- 
Chief 4; Usherettes 4 — Captain; Stu- 
dent Council 2, 3, 4; French Club 
2, 3 — Vice-President, 4; Future Teach- 
ers Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor So- 
ciety 2, 3, 4. 



MARLENE LAVINIA GUILAAETTE 
136 Hamilton Street 
A radiant personality and infec- 
tious smile characterizes Mar- 
lene. 

Activities.- Field Hockey 2, 3, 4— 
Manager; Basketball 2, 3, 4 — Man- 
ager; Softball 2, 3, 4. 



PATRICIA ANN HANLON 
21 Zito Drive 

A pleasant disposition and com- 
passion for others are two dom- 
inant characteristics of Pat's 
nature. 

Activities: Student Council 1, 2, 3; 
Homemaking Club 1; Tontoquonian 
Business Staff 4; Library Aide 1, 3, 4. 



MARY ELIZABETH 
HARRINGTON 
15 Parker Street 

Mary, all bubbles and bounce, 
adds much to the atmosphere 
at Saugus High. 



WILLIAM ORRAVILL GROUT, 

JR. 
15 Fairchild Avenue 

Bill's casual manner and ability 

to attract friends will enable 

him to gain success and recog- 
nition in years to come. 

Activities: Track 3, 4; Cross Country 

4. 




PHYLLIS MAY HALEY 
1 Waverly Avenue 



A combination of intelligence 
and determination for success 
will bring attractive Phyllis a 
bright future in whatever her 
endeavors may be. 



RICHARD CHARLES HANSON 
19 Pearson Street 

Rich's "down to earth" manner 
is a fine quality possessed by 
few. 

Activities: Football 1, 2, 3. 




GEORGE LEROY HARVEY, III 
22 Oakwood Avenue 

For handsome, fun loving 
George, only the extraordinary 
should be allowed. 

Activities: Visual Aids 2, 3; Football 
2, 3, 4; Weightlifling 2, 3, 4; Vol- 
leyball 2, 3, 4. 







JO-ANN HATCH 
66 Clifton Avenue 

Jo-Ann's courtesy and sociable 
disposition has gained her many 
friends. 

Activity: Homemaking Club 3, 4. 





MARY ANN HORNE 

85 Walden Pond Avenue 

Sincerity, friendliness and cap- 
ability will always be among 
Mary's assets. 

Activities: Latin Club 1, 2, 3; Na- 
tional Honor Society 2, 3, 4 ; Guid- 
ance Aide 2; Future Teachers 4; 
Usherettes 4; Tontoquonian Activi- 
ties Staff 4. 



JANICE THERESA HUGHES 
29 Sunnyside Park 

Her friendly and sincere ways 
will make her a success in life. 

Activities.- National Honor Society 
2. 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Dramatic 
Club 4; Office Aide 1 ; Library Aide 
2; Guidance Aide 4. 



PATRICIA ANNE 

HEIDEBRECHT 

63 Hurd Avenue 

An attractive sophisticate who 
accents her wardrobe with eye- 
catching earrings! 




PAMELA PATRICIA HOWELL 
51 Serino Way 

Lively little Pam, a bundle of 
endless chatter mixed with gig- 
gles is always fun to have 
around. 



Activities: Tv 

3, 4. 



2, 3, 4 ; Ski Club 




RICHARD CLIFTON HUSSEY, 

JR. 
10 Raddin Terrace 

Rick's friendly and affable per- 
sonality make him liked by all. 

Activity: Gymnastics 3, 4. 





WILLIAM ALLAN HYNES 
9 Stevens Avenue 

Energetic and amiable Bill, and 
active member of the V.A., 
enjoys all sports. 

Activities: Visuol Aids Club 2, 4— 
President; Gymnastics 2, 3. 




MARIE ADELE INELLO 
5 Wakefield Avenue 
Our popular captain of the 
cheerleaders and talented gym- 
nast has shown us all what it 
is to have real school spirit. 

Activities.- Student Council 4; Class 
Board 'of Directors 4; Pep Squad 2; 
Ski Club 4; Future Teachers Club 
4; Cheerleader 3, 4 — Captain; Gym- 
nastics 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 4; 
Volleyball 3, 4. 




LINDA MAE INSERRA 
24 Victor Street 

Enthusiastic Linda is bubbling 
over with class spirit. 

Activities: Marshal 4; Pep Squad 
2, 3; Volleyball 3, 4; Gymnastics 2. 



BRITT ALAN JOHNSON 
21 Walnut Street 

Britt personifies the deep silent 
person who gains much by 
careful, attentive listening. 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4; Baseball 
2. 



JANET JOHNSON 
15 Sunnyside Avenue 

Radiant and poised, Janet per- 
sonifies feminine charm. 

Activities: Future Nurses Club 2, 3, 4; 
Latin Club 3; Library Aide 2; Office 
Aide 2, 3, 4. 



ROBERT EDWARD JORDAN 
8 Anawan Avenue 

"A willing hand and an able 
mind . . . bearer of the keys 
to happiness." 

Activities: Camera Club 2, 3, 4— 
Treasurer 2 ; Dramatic Club 4; Band 
2; All School Play 3, 4,; Tontoquo- 
nian Photographer 4. 




RONALD ARTHUR JOYCE 
25 Birch Street 

With a smile for everyone, Ron 
has made a legion of friends. 



PAUL ALEXANDER 
KAVALCHUK 

27 Palmer Avenue 

Good looking Paul has a perpet- 
ual smile that is guaranteed to 
dispel gloom. 

Activities: Class President 3; Student 
Council 3; Art Club 4; Volleyball 
2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Football 2; 
Baseball 2, 3, 4. 



RICHARD AUSTIN KING 
6 Ma Road 

A quiet, reserved manner plus 
a subtle sense of humor, be- 
long to Richard. 



JOHN HARRY KNICKLE 
12 Beech Street 

Quiet and consistently thought- 
ful ... a loyal and considerate 
friend. 

Activity: Bond 2, 3, 4. 



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SHERRY ANN KONTOS 
30 Dudley Street 

Friendly Sherry with her pleas- 
ant personality will make a fine 
secrerary. 

Activities: Glee Club 2, 3, 4j Li- 
brary Aide 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 2, 3. 



PATRICIA ANNE KORNOTOWSK! 
1 38 Essex Street 

Patti's talent, cheerfulness and 
ability will bring her much 
credit in the music field. 

Activities: Glee Club 2, 3, 4— 
President; Band 2, 3; Latin Club 1, 
French Club 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4. 



DAVID LEE KURZ 
1 5 Eaton Avenue 

Dave's easy-going and carefree 
personality will bring him suc- 
cess in the future. 

Activities: Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Volley- 
ball 3, 4. 



DONNA LEE KUSCH 
46 Evergreen Street 

Donna, with her constant smile 
and sincere ways will brighten 
up the days of those with whom 
she works. 

Activities: Future Homemakers Club 

2, 4— Vice-President; Pep Squad 2. 

3, 4. 




WILLIAM GEORGE LAMPROS 
21 Avon Street 

Billy, who is quiet and likable, 
is fortunate in that he gets 
along with all people. 

Activity: Ski Club 4. 



CHARLES PAUL LANDRIGAN 
33 Basswood Avenue 

Charlie has a genial and hu- 
morous personality that is guar- 
anteed to brighten any dull 
moment. 

Activities: Baseball 3, 4; Volleyball 
3, 4. 



JAMES FRANCIS LANDRY 
18 Bisbee Road 

Quiet and reserved Jim has an 
enjoyable and friendly manner 
that is his alone. 

Activity: DECA 4. 



LINDA LEE LANDRY 
20 Bisbee Road 

Linda possesses an unselfish 
and ambitious nature which will 
help her in years to come. 

Activities: Office Aide 2, 3, 4; So- 
hico Club 4. 



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Activities: Pep Squad 2; Future 
Teachers Club 2; Spanish Club 2; 
Volleyball 3; Basketball 2. 



ARTHUR EDWARD LAPIERRE 
25 Hood Street 

Gentle-mannered and warm- 
hearted . . . unfailing loyalty to 
friends. 




STEPHEN PAUL LAWRENCE 
18 Milton Street 

His pleasing personality and his 
sincere concern for others make 
Steve a great person to know. 





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Activities: Ski Club 4; French Club 




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STEVEN ANTHONY LANNEY 
27 Bennett Avenue 

Enthusiasm, eagerness and devo- 
tion, all come naturally to our 
basketball ace, Steve. 



Activities: Ski Club 4; Basketball 3, 
4. 



RODNEY PHILIP LAVOIE 
211 Lynn Fells Parkway 

Rod, with his ready smile and 
laughing eyes is everyone's 
friend. 

Activities: Football 2, 3. 



RAYMOND FREEMAN LEATHER 
29 Saville Street 

Ray is a diligent and effective 
worker. He is always willing to 
lend a helping hand. 

Activities: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Ski 
Club 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3. 




MARTHA LECAROZ 
14 Jasper Street 

Quiet and shy, Martha's kind- 
hearted and diligent spirit is a 
poet's inspiration on sincerity 
and perseverance. 






DUANA AUDREY LeMAY 
1 1 Buena Vista Street 

Long beautiful hair, a modish 
wardrobe and a friendly disposi- 
tion make that likeable person 
we know as Duana. 

Activities: Glee Club 7- Dramatic 
Club 4; Art Club 4. 




GARY WILLIAM LEMURE 
16 Clifton Street 

A quick wit and a keen sense 
of humor are typical of Gary. 



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LEONA THERESA LOISELLE 
5 Horton Street 

Her personality plus her sense 
of humor add up to the success 
of her future. 

Activities. Library Aide 2; Pep Squad 
2; Guidance Aide 2, 3; Future Teach- 
ers Club 3; Sa'nco Club 4 — Secretary; 
Softball 2, 3. 



LINDA ANN LOMBARDO 
13 Zito Drive 

Linda's friendliness and genuine 
sincerity have given her many 
loyal friends. 

Activities: French Club 2; Ski Club 
4: Pep Souad 2; Office Aide 3; 
Library Aide 4. 



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7 Felton Street 



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Mike is known for his quick 
smiles and friendly ways. 



CYNTHIA JEAN LONG 
8 Long Place 

We all feel that "Cyndi" will 
be a sure success due to her 
warm personality. 

Activities. Library Aide 2; Pep Squad 
2; French Club 3; National Honor 
Society 3, 4. 





ROBERT KERR LOVELL, JR. 
8 Vincent Terrace 

Tall, handsome Bob will be re- 
membered for all his fine per- 
formances on the basketball 
court. 

Activities. Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volley- 
ball 2, 3, 4 ; Visual Aids Club 3, 4. 





SHARON ROSE LOWELL 
35 Great Woods Road 

Sharon's charitable and sympa- 
thetic nature, plus her friendly 
smile, will assure her many 
more friends in college. 






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Activities: Pep Squad 2. 3; 
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PATRICIA ANN LUDWIG 
66 Jasper Street 

Pat's naturally bright, cheerful 
and sincere personality has at- 
tracted many friends at SHS. 



PATRICIA GAIL LUMSDEN 
25 Denver Street 

Amiable Pat will be a welcome 
asset to any office. 



SUSAN JANE LUMSDEN 
4 Johnstown Terrace 

Susan will be well remembered 
for her class loyalty and sup- 
port. 



Activity: Future Nurses Club 2. 



LUCILLE ELEANOR MacLEOD 
580 Lincoln Avenue 

With a warm and friendly 
smile for everyone Lucille is one 
of the active members of DECA. 



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MIRIAM MacLEOD 
602 Lincoln Avenue 

Miriam seems quiet and studious 
in class, but her true lively 
and jovial personality shows 
when she's among friends. 

Activities: DECA— President 4. 



ALAN DAVID MacMUNN 
26 DeSota Street 

Happy-go-lucky Alan has a 
most enjoyable wit that has 
brightened many a dull mo- 
ment. 



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Visual Aids Club 3, 4. 



JOSEPH MICHAEL MAESTRANZi 
26 Pleasant Avenue 

His dependability and helpful- 
ness have been to our class 
what his sincerity and dedica- 
tion have been to his friends. 



Activities: Theater Party 4; 
Club 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2. 



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LINDA MAGHAKIAN 
171 Hamilton Street 

Linda, a talented guitarist, 
possesses a rare combination 
of qualities, beauty and wit. 

Activities: Student Council 2; Closs 
Board of Directors 3; French Club 3; 
Future Teachers Club 3; Future Nurses 
Club 4 ; Library Aide 2; Volleyball 
3, 4. 



THOMAS EDWARD MAGNAN 
10 Second Street 

Tom's quick wit and friendly 
nature are just a few of many 
fine qualities he possesses. 

Activity. Football 2. 



LINDA MAGUIRE 
76 Hesper Street 

Her fun-loving attitude and 
cheery disposition have bright- 
ened the halls of S.H.S. 



DAVID AAICHAEL MAHER 
1 1 1 Sweetwater Street 

Dave's calm, peaceful attitude 
toward life and a magnetic 
personality have attracted many 
friends. 



JULIE THERESE MALLON 
15 Rice Street 

Sincere Julie and her fun loving 
ways— for her the word is so- 
phistication. 

Activities: Latin Club 2* 3; Dramatic 
Club 4; Usherettes 4; Student Council 
4; Band 2, 3, 4 — Secretary. 




MALLORY LUCILLE MALONEY 
48 Broadway 

Mai's character contains ele- 
ments of honesty, frankness, sin- 
cerity and kindness. They all 
combine to form a very like- 
able person. 

Activity. Art Club 2. 



STEVEN JAMES MANLEY 
101 Adams Avenue 

Outgoing and fun loving Steve 
finds much enjoyment in work- 
ing with cars. 

Activity: Cross-Country 2. 



DALE ALLEN MANTER 
130 Walnut Street 

Dale's diversified personality 
finds its expression in music 
and skiing. 

Activities: Band 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3. 



CHERYL JANE MARQUIS 
10 Westland Avenue 

Underneath that seemingly quiet 
e.xter'or lies sincerity and true 
friendship. 

Activities: Musicol 2; Glee Club 2, 
3, 4; Vocaletles 4; French Club 3; 
Pep Squad 4; Future Teachers Club 
2, 3, 4 — Treasurer; National Honor 
Society 3, 4. 



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RICHARD ALAN MARSH 

Friendly Rich is our hard work- 
ing and successful sports re- 
porter. 

Activities: Latin Club 4, Football 2. 



CYNTHIA ELLEN MARTIN 
30 Highland Avenue 

When they said girls are made 
of "sugar and spice and every 
thing nice," they must have 
had Cindy in mind. 

Activities: Future Nurses Club 2, 3, 
4; Guidance Aide 4; Field Hockey 
2, 3, 4. 



DENNIS WILBUR MARZAKIS 
17 Park Street 

Dennis has a good sense of hu- 
mor and the ability to carry his 
ideas to successful conclusions. 

Activity: Lotin Club 2. 




ARTHUR WILLIAM McCLINTOCK 
10 Summer Street 

Wit, charm and impeccable 
taste are typical of our natural 
extrovert, Arthur. 

Activities: French Club 4; Ski Club 
3, 4; Chess Club 2, 3; Library Aide 
2; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Football 2; 
Hockey 2; Student Council 3. 




HERBERT DELL MARTIN 
93 Fairmount Avenue 

Good-looking and sophisticated 
Herby has a natural thoughtful, 
friendly way that is possessed 
by few. 

Activities: Ski Club 4; Gymnastics 4. 



BONNIE LEE McCLINTOCK 
462 Central Street 

Bonnie's good-naturedness and 
her keen insight will assure her 
success in her future years at 
college. 

Activities' Pep Squad 2, 3; Future 
Teachers Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 
2; Ski Club 3, 4; Gymnastics 2. 






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KEVIN WILLARD MARSTON 
67 Essex Street 

Warmth of personality and a 
constant sense of good humor 
make Kevin a good friend. 

Activities: Basketball 2; Cross Coun- 
try 2, Volleyball 2; Gymnastics 3; 
Weighthfting 3. 





RICHARD HENRY McCORMACK 
42 Chestnut Street 

Beneath his quiet and reserved 
manner lie a dry wit and good 
sense of humor. 

Activities Math Club 2, 4 ; National 
Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 
4; Basketball 4; Volleyball 4. 










ROBERT GEORGE McCORMACK 
42 Chestnut Street 

Conscientious and easy-going 
Bob has a blend of subtle hu- 
mor and intelligence. 

Activities: National Honor Society 
4— Treasurer; Math Club 2, 3, 4; 
Baseball 3, 4, Volleyball 4. 




DANIEL JOSEPH McNEIL 
38 Jackson Street 

Sincere in his beliefs and to 
those around him, Dan possess- 
es a reserved yet friendly man- 
ner found in few. 



Activities: Football 
nasties 2, 3, 4. 



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EILEEN MARION McGARVEY 
54 Dudley Street 

It is her thinking of others that 
makes one think of her. 

Activities.- Latin Club 3; Dramatic 
Club 3; Marshall A- Usherettes 4; 
Future Nurses Club 3, 4— President. 



ROBERT FRANCIS McLOUGHLIN 
73 Western Avenue 

Carefree and fun-loving Mugq- 
sy will always be remembered 
for his dedication to our band. 

Activities-. Band 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3. 




JAMES FREDERICK McGARRY 
42 Palmetto Street 

His quick wit and winning 
smile make him a friend to all. 

Activities: Chess Club 2, 3; Ski 
Club 4; Track 3. 4; Cross Country 2. 



WALLACE ANDREW 

McKENZIE, JR. 
9 Hull Drive 

Subtle sarcasm and dry humor 
spark Wally, our man with a 
camera. 

Activities: National Honor Society 
2, 3, 4; Moth Team 2, 3, 4; Camera 
Club 3, 4; Cross Country 2; Track 
2, 3, 4;' Volleyball 3, 4. 



CAROLYN MARIE McNEILL 
20 Johnson Road 

Sophisticated Carol's warm per- 
sonality and many interests will 
prove to be of great benefit 
to her in future years at col- 
lege. 

Activities: National Honor Society 
2, 3, 4; French Club 3, 4 — Secretary; 
Future Teachers Club 2, 3, 4— Vice- 
President; Ski Club 4; Career Confer- 
ence 3, 4; Usherettes 4; Tontoquonian 
Activities Editor 4; Student Council 
2 ; Guidance Aide 2, 3, 4 ; Art Club 
3. 



DANA FREDERICK McPHEE 
39 Bailey Avenue 

Combine a unique humor with 
a generous, willing spirit added 
to dedication and a lot of en- 
ergy. 

Activity: Latin Club 2, 3, 4— Presi- 








KERRY KEVIN McWADE 
15 Adams Avenue 

Kerry possesses a cheerful and 
congenial personality that has 
made him popular with all. 

Activities: Ski Club 3, 4; Volleyball 
2, 3, 4; French Club 3; Basketball 
2, 3; Track 2; Baseball 2; Chess 
Club 3; International Relations Club 
4: Art Club 4. 



MARGARET LOUISE MEKALIAN 
19 Sterling Avenue 

Maggie's unselfish loyalty to 
her friends is only one facet ol 
her magnetic personality. 



HENRY FULLER MERRIFIELD, JR. 
24 Bristow Street 

You know you'll have a good 
time when Buddy's around. 

Activity: Hockey 2, 3. 



WENDY JEAN MELILLO 
1 Catalpa Street 

Wendy's many talents make her 
a potential success. 

Activities: Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Vocal 
Octette 2 ; Musical 2; Vocalettes 3, 
4. 




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RICHARD AAERLINA 
29 Cliftondale Avenue 

Rugged Dick, a gentleman of 
leisure and likeable nature. 



JOHN EDWARD MERRILL 
7 Hillcrest Street 

John's great sense of humor is 
only surpassed by his good 
looks and amiable disposition. 



HELEN LOUISE MERRITHEW 
17 Jackson Street 

Bright and lively Helen enjoys 
all S.H.S. activities— especially 
sports. Her ability to have fun 
and enjoy people will be her 
greatest asset. 

Activities: Student Council 3; Ski 

Club 3, 4; Future Nurses Club 3, 4; 
Guidance Aide 4; Marshall 4; Field 
Hockey 4. 



JUDITH MESZAROS 
4 Hanson Road 

Quiet, yet pleasant, sociahle 
and poised, these qualities will 
enable Judy to progress rapidly 
in the business world. 



Activities: 
Aide 4. 



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STEPHEN DOUGLAS MIDGLEY 
6 Sunnyside Park 

Fun to be with, always smiling, 
Steve possesses a genuine sin- 
cerity and good sense of hu- 
mor. 

Activities: Spanish Club 3; Football 
2; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 
3, 4. 



JOHN BRAINARD MILES 
43 Lincoln Avenue 

John's calm yet influential na- 
ture along with sincerity will 
help to make him very success- 
ful in the college world. 



ROBERT LOUIS MILLER 
14 Golden Hills Road 

Hidden behind Bob's quiet ap- 
pearance is an unlimited sup- 
ply of wit and friendliness. 

Activity: Latin Club 2, 3. 



THOMAS FREDERICK MILLS 
7 High Street 

Warm-hearted Tom is one who 
tries to see the bright side of 
every misfortune. 

Activity. DECA — reporter. 




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DONALD BARTON MITCHENER 
7 Prospect Street 

Don's quiet disposition and 
quick smile are sure to win him 
many friends in the future. 



STEPHEN ANTHONY MOCCI/ 5 
84 Lynn Fells Parkway 

His good-natured personality 
and winning smile have made 
many friends at S.H.S. 

Activity Baseball 2, 3, 4. 



WARREN WILLIAM MOHR, JR. 
18 Davis Street 

Warren's wit and his fantastic 
humor spark many a smile. 

Activities: Football 4, 2; Volleyball 
3. 



DEBRA CATHERINE MOORE 
9 Victoria Street 

"Always smiling, never sad, 
sometimes mischievous, never 
bad." 



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Chris' cheerful attitude will take 
her far in life. 

Activities: Pep Squad 3; Sahico Club 
4. 



Quiet and sincere Vicki has 
been a friend to all. 



LISA DIANNE MOSES 
4 Griswold Road 

"Leader of many, follower of 
few." Best of luck from the 
class of '69. 

Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4 — Co- 
captain; Softball 3, 4; Volleyball 3, 
4; Student Council 3; Library Aide 2; 
Ski Club 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 
2, 3; Tontoquonian Advertising Ed- 
itor 4; Senior Revue. 



JOHN KENNETH MULLEY, III 
16 Oceanview Avenue 

Fun-loving and lively John is 
always ready for a good time. 



LINDA ANN MURPHY 
5 Fairchild Avenue 

Quiet and sophisticated Linda is 
sure to attain any goal she 
wishes to pursue. 



WARREN JAMES MOSHER, JR. 
48 Vine Street 

Moe has shown great determi- 
nation and great interest in all 
sports. His drive is sure to 
help him gain his goal as a 
physical education teacher. 

Activities: Football 3, 4; Hockey 3, 
4; Baseball 2, 3, 4. 



GARY ALAN AAUNSEN 
199 Lynn Fells Parkway 

Handsome and happy-go-lucky 
Gary, always full of fun, never 
at a loss for a witty remark. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Ski Club 4 
— Vice-President; Baseball 2, 3, 4; 
Volleyball 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3. 





PATRICIA ANN MURPHY 
14 Davis Street 

Pat has been blessed with the 
incomparable gift of laughter 
and has the unique ability to 
bring a smile to the face of 
everyone she meets. 

Activities: Future Teochers 2; Ski 
Club 3, 4 — Treasurer; Pep Squad 2. 






BEVERLY ELIZABETH MURRAY 
3V2 Central Street 

Bev's enthusiasm and love of 
lite are contagious. 

Activities: Art Club 4 ; National Hon- 
or Society 3, 4; Sahico Club 4. 




WALTER JAMES NADWORNY 
16 Jewett Street 

A diligent student and a calm, 
friendly nature personify Wal- 
ter. 

Activities; Ski Club 3, 4; Cross Coun- 
try 1, 2, 3, 4; Tro-k 2, 3, 4. 



PATRICIA CONSTANCE NAGLE 
9 Jane Drive 

"Barney's" talents in music and 
art, along with her good sense 
of humor will bring her much 
success. 



Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 
Club 2, 3, 4; Art Club 4. 



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MARY-ELLEN NELSON 
19 Laconia Avenue 

Artististic, sincere and friendly 
Mary-Ellen . . . With her cheer- 
ful attitude she will go far 
in life. 

Activities: Art Club 4 — Secretary; 
National Honor Society 3, 4. 




CHARLENE ANN MYLES 
12 Meadow Lane 

Under her quiet nature is hid- 
den a friendly and likeable 
personality. 



JANE MARIE NAGLE 
16 Hull Drive 

Good looks, a sunny disposition 
and a touch of mischief all go 
into making the lively person 
we know as Jane. 

Activities: Cheerleader 3, 4; Art Club 
4; Class Vice-President 2; Future 
Teachers Club 4. 



KAREN ELLEN NEALE 
8 Mount Vernon Street 

An inquisitive nature and a 
bubbly personality are camou- 
flaged by Karen's sweet and 
reserved nature. 

Activities: Dramatic Club 4. 



SHARON ANN NICHOLS 
38 Spencer Avenue 

Sharon, with her warm and 
friendly personality, is sure to 
have many friends all through 
life. 






CARLEEN ELIZABETH 

NICHOLSON 
550 Lincoln Avenue 

Amiable Carleen, possesses a 
soft voice . . . most likely to be 
found giggling. 



SUSAN NILES 
77 Cleveland Avenue 
Lively, fun-loving Sue, always laugh- 
ing and bubbling with enthusiasm. 
Activities: S.udent Council 1, 2, 3; 
Class Secretary 3; Class Board 
of Directors 4; Sachemettes 2, 3 — 
Captain, 4 — Capain; Usherettes 4 — 
Second Lieutenant; Sahico Club 4 — 
President; Ski Club 4 — Secretary; 
Volleyball 3; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Marshall 4. 



JOHN JOSEPH NOVIKI 
434 Central Street 

Jack is known for his quick 
wit and good sense of humor. 



EUGENE JOSEPH O'BRIEN 
1280 Broadway 

His pleasing personality and 
perpetual smile will carry Bud- 
dy far along the road to suc- 
cess. 

Activities: Football 2. 




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LAUREL ANN O'BRIEN 
26 Lake Dam Road 

Pretty Laurie is characterized 
by sharp wit and an air of de- 
termination. 

Activity; Volleyball 2, 3, i. 



AA1CHELE O'BRIEN 
34 Main Street 

A tall striking blonde whose wit 
and warmheartedness are a per- 
fect model of personality plus. 

Activities: Volleyball 3, 4; Basket- 
ball 3, 4. 



JAN ANTHONY OLSEN 

Quiet and likeable Jan is sure 
to find many new friends in 
any career he may choose. 



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LOUIS FRANCIS O'NEIL, JR. 
17 Hanson Road 

Sometimes shy, but always 
friendly, Louie will long be re- 
membered for his ability on the 
football field. 

Activities: Library Aide 2; Latin 

Club 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4— Captain; 

Hockev 2, 3, 4; Track 2. 3, 4; 

Weightlifting 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 
2 — Captain, 3, 4. 



CHERYL ANN ORIFICE 
7 Bristow Street 

Petite Cheryl abounds in de- 
termination and spirit. 



NANCY MARIA ORLANDO 
20 Henry Street 

A feminine and gentle nature 
and a well-developed intellect 
prove that beauty and brains 
combine very well. 

Activities: Library Aide 2, 3, 4; Ski 
Club 4; Art Club 4. 



JANE SCOTT OSGOOD 
14 Staaf Road 

Pinky's jovial nature and pleas- 
ant personality have won her 
many friends. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; Ski Club 
3, 4. 



VICTOR THOMAS PALERMO 
104 Adams Avenue 

Although Vic is serious most of 
the time, he has often surprised 
his classmates with his witty re- 
marks. 

Activity: Track ]. 




JOSEPH ROBERT PANERELLO 
31 Sterling Avenue 

Talkative Joe will never be 
in need of friends because of 
his cheerful nature. 

Activities: Audio Visual Aids Club 
3, 4 ; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 
4; Gymnastics 2. 



ROBERT JAMES PANTALONE 
6 Stocker Street 

Good-looking, quick-witted Bob 
possesses a distinctive manner 
and is well liked by all. 

Activities: Basketball 2, 4; Cross 
Country 2; Volleyball 3, 4; Track 4. 



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STEPHEN PAOLINI 
66 Forest Street 

Sophisticated, good-looking, and 
so friendly . . . always happy, 
always full of fun . . . best of 
luck Pao. 

Activities: Career Conference Commit- 
tee 3, 4 — Chairman; Chess Club 2, 
3; International Relations Club 4; 
Football 2; Volleyball 3, 4. 



FREDERICK JOSEPH PARIS 
25 Cliftondale Avenue 

Although he is reserved and 

conscientious at school, Fred 

really comes to life on that 
football field. 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4 — Cap- 
tain; Gymnastics 2; Weightl if ting 3 






CHERYL JANE PARROTT 
77 Summer Street 

Tall, attractive Cheryl is known 
for her sweet and quiet ways. 

Activities: Art Club 3; Pep Squad 2, 
3; Fulure Teachers Club 2; Glee 
Club 3, 4. 



SUSANNA MAY PEARY 
53 Saville Street 

Susanna's pleasant nature and 
quiet personality will take her 
far in the business world. 

Activity: Pep Squad 2, 3. 



DAVID BRUCE PENNY 
24 Harmon Road 

Well-liked Dave is always quick 
with something humorous to 
say. 

Activities: Ski Club 2; Volleyball 3, 
4; Baseball 2. 



RALPH MICHAEL PERROTTA 
22 Anawan Avenue 

Conscientious, quiet and well- 
mannered Ralph ... a lasting 

friend. 

Activities: Chess Club 2; Volleyball 
2, 3. 




HAROLD FRANCIS PATCH 
75 Summer Street 

Tupper is the height of indi- 
viduality ... for him there is 
only honesty. 

Activities: Track 2, 3, A- Football 2; 
Hockey 2, 3, 4- Volleyball 2, 3, 4. 



JOSEPH ANTHONY PELLEGRINO 
19 Sunnyside Park 

Generous and co-operative ... 
an enthusiastic participant in 
S.H.S. activities. 

Activities: Ski Club 4; Library Aids 
1; French Club 2. 



DANA MARSHALL PERHAM 
482 Central Street 

It's no wonder that Dana is 
continually surrounded. by 
friends. His congenial ways and 
casual manner have been a 
great asset to him. 

Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 
2, 4. 





CHRISTINE MARIE PERRY 
22 Putnam Street 

Petite and peppy Chris will al- 
ways be remembered for her 
sparkling personality. 



ROBERT STEVEN PERRY 
22 Putnam Street 

Free and easy Bob will always 
be remembered for his friendly 





JULIA NANCY PLASSMANN 
9 Avon Street 

Co-operative and efficient . . . 
Julie's talent has proven to 
be an asset to the S.H.S. band. 

Activities: Dramotic Club 2; Band 1, 
2, 3, 4, Treasurer. 



JOHN JOSEPH PESCE 
9 Summer Court 

John is a diligent worker . . . 
his persevering attitude will 
take him a long way. 

Activities: National Honor Society 
2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2; Gymnastics 3. 
4; WeightliFtmg 2. 



DANIEL PICARIELLO 
20 Foster Street 

A reserved manner and true sin- 
cerity . . . but with Danny quiet- 
ness is only skin deep. 



STEPHEN MATTHEW PESCATORE 
21 Ernest Street 

Steve's wit is matched only by 
his musical talent. Best of luck 
in the future, Steve. 

Activities: Glee Club 2, 3, 4 ; All 
School Ploy 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4, 



JEANNE MARIE PHELAN 
4 Biscayne Avenue 

Possessor of an unusual point 
of view, Jeanne will go far in 
her study of the human psyche. 

Activities French Club 2, 3, 4; Pho- 
tography Club 2; Chess Club 3; 
Guidance Aide 3 



BEVERLY JEAN PICKETT 
5 Bradford Terrace 

There is never a dull moment 
when witty, full of fun Bev is 
around. 

Activities: Office Aide 1, 2; Library 
Aide 1; Guidance Aide 1; Pep Squad 
1. 



ALBERT LAWRENCE 

POLESE, JR. 
65 Chestnut Street 

Larry's ability and willingness 
to help have made him an as- 
set to our class. 

Activities: Ski Club I, 2, 3, 4; 
Student Council 1 , 2, 3; Cross Coun- 
try 2; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Gymnastic 
1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3. 4. 









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DANIEL BERNARD ROSSETTI 
9 Stone Street" 

Always talking and always a 
word for everyone ... a mem- 
ber of DECA and a college life 
ahead of him. 

Activity: DECA 4. 



DENNIS RICHARD ROY 
52 Dudley Street 

Dennis' friendly manner and 
genuine sincerity will help him 
greatly in climbing the ladder 
of success. 

Activities: Chess Club 2; Volleyball 4. 



SHEILA ANNE RUSSELL 
5 Dighton Street 

Thoughtful and sincere, Sheila 
is well liked by all who know 
her. 



MARY RALPH SALSMAN 
6 Carver Street 

Our man on the ice ... that's 
Mark, always fun to be with, 
always friendly. 

Activities: Visual Aides 3, 4; Spanish 
Club 2, 3— Vice-President; Hockey 2, 
3, 4— Captain; Volleyball 3, 4. 




MICHAEL ANTHONY 

ROSSETTI 
59 Jasper Street 

■ Mike is known among his 
friends for his genuine friend- 
liness and easy going person- 
ality. 



Activities: Chess Club 3, 4; Ski 
4; Band 2. 



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VERNE EDWIN RUPRIGHT 
31 Central Street 

Quick-witted Verne, always 
logical, always sensible. 

Activities: Bond 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 4. 



MICHAEL PHILIP RUSSO JR. 
29 Herbert Avenue 

Happy-go-lucky Rowdy, possess- 
es a friendly face with a happy 
smile. 

Activities: Visual Aids 3, 4 — Vice-Pres- 
ident; Weightlifting 3. 






ROBERT JOSEPH SAMMS 
197 Lynn Fells Parkway 

Reliable and conscientious, Bob 
will be a sure success in the 
future. 



CHARLES RONALD SAMPSON 
54 Fairmont Avenue 

Sophistication plus sincerity 
only partly describe handsome 
charming Chuckie. 

Activities: Class Board of Directors 
4; French Club 4; Ski Club 4; In. 
ternational Relations Club 4; Chess 
Club I, 2, 3; Volleyball 4. 



BARBARA JEAN SCOTT 
18 Oak Hill Road 

Quiet and friendly Barbara al- 
ways will be remembered by 
her classmates for her attract- 
ive smile. 




ROXANNA SAVARY 
32 Kenwood Avenue 

Roxie personifies feminine 
charm. She's versatile, indus- 
trious and capable. 

Activities: Style Show 2; Musical 1; 
Guidance Aide 1, 2; Glee Club 2, 3; 
Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 
2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3. 
4; Sahico Club 4 — Recorder; Usher- 
ettes 4; Tontoquonian Business Edi- 
tor 4. 



LINDA JEAN SCHAFFNER 
36 Morton Avenue 

Talented Linda . . . Her ability 
with a needle and thread sur- 
passes all but her musical abil- 
ity. 

Activities: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 
Vocalettes 2. 3, 4; Musical 3' 4- 
Art Club 4; Usherettes 4 



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THOMAS ASHMORE SAMUELS 
216 Lynn Fells Parkway 

Friendly Tom is a natural ex- 
trovert with a unique sense of 
humor. 

Activities: Ski Club 4; Inlernotional 
Relations Club 4; Cross Country 1, 2 
3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 4 



LINDA MARIE SCANNELL 
9 Stocker Street 

A quiet, shy manner, a friendly 
sweet smile, are characteristics 
of Linda. 

Activities: Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee 
Club 3, 4; Musical 3, 4, All School 
Play 4. 



CATHERINE ANN MARIE SCHIRL 
10 Central Place 

Talkative and friendly Cathy is 
assured of success in the fu- 
ture. 

Activity: Glee Club. 



JANICE LEE SCOTT 
18 Oak Hill Road 

"Silence is a virtue possessed 
by few." 

Activities: Future Homemokers 3, 4 
Student Council I; Glee Club 4 
Musical 7; Office Aide 4. 













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NICHOLAS JOSEPH SPINELLI 
32 Forest Avenue 

Beneath a quiet outward ap- 
pearance lies a subtle humor 
and a distinction all his own. 

Activities: Ski Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 
3; Volleyball 2, 3; Football 3, 4; 
Cross Country 2. 



KATHLEEN JEAN STILES 
28 Newhall Street 

Quiet, but amiable Kathy por- 
trays a touch of sweetness and 
a taste of sincerity. 



JEAN ELIZABETH SULLIVAN 
9 Tuttle Street 

Quiet and sincere Jean, always 
a smile and a cheerful "hello." 

Activities: French Club 2, 3, 4; 
Ski Club 4; Usherettes 4; Future 
Teochers Club 4, National Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4; Tontoquonian Activities 
Staff 4. 



RICHARD LOUIS SURETTE 
121 Hamilton Street 

With a great sense of humor, 
Rick is always a source of 
good cheer. 

Acnvily: Volleyball 3, 4. 




KATHY LYN STREETER 
24 Henry Street 

Always laughing, Kathy has a 
warm and gracious personality. 

Activity: Ski Club 4. 



JOHN CHARLES SULLIVAN 
235 Lynn Fells Parkway 

Good-looking "Sully" seems 
quiet and reserved, but on the 
football field he's a real "go- 
getter." 

Activities. Ski Club 4 ; Football 2, 3, 
4; Track 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2; 
Weightlifting 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics 2. 




STEPHEN RALPH STAFFIER 
6 Mader Street 

Music and more music for our 
outstanding student Steve. 

Activities: National Honor Society 2, 
3, 4. 




ELLEN RUTH SVENSON 
1 1 Hurd Avenue 



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Activities: Future Teachers Club 2, 3, 
President 4; French Club 4; Guidance 
Aide 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 
3, 4; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4— Cap- 
tain; Basketball 2, 3. 



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DANIEL CAREY SWANSON 
22 Riverside Court 

Sincerity plus devotion, jokes 
and laughter are typical of our 
basketball leader Danny. 

Activities: Audio Visual Aids 4; Bas- 
ketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 
3, 4,- Volleyball 2, 3, 4. 




PATRICIA ANN TIBBETTS 
7 Columbus Avenue 

Beauty and poise, friendliness 
and charm have made Patty a 
popular person. 

Activities: Sahico Club 4 — Entertain- 
ment Chairman; Ski Club 4; Library 
Aide 1; Pep Squad 2, 3. 



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DARYL JANE TAATJES 
5 Parker Street 

Daryl is friendly and easy 
going ... a true friend. 

Activities: Pep Squad 1 , 2; Guidance 
Aide 1, 2, 3, 4. 



CHRISTINE JOAN TEEHAN 
6 Denver Street 

Likable Chris is very cheerful 
and friendly. She will always 
be assured of popularity. 

Activities-. Pep Squad 2; Receptionist 
4; Field Hockey 3. 




DOROTHY MARILYN SWENSON 
21 Eustis Street 

Dottie possesses a sweetness 
and wonderful laughter that is 
hers alone. 

Activities.- Ski Club 3; Pep Squad 2; 

Guidance Aide 4; Office Aide 1: 

Basketball 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey 3; 
Gymnastics 3. 



PAULA ANN TAVERNELLI 
9 Cliff Street 

With her pleasing personality, 
Paula will be an addition to 
any field she chooses. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2; Future 
Nurses Club 2. 



NELSIE ANNE THOMPSON 
1 1 Seagrit Avenue 

Miniscule in size, magiscule in 

personality, Nelsie has the most 

charm per cubic inch of any 
girl in our class. 

Activities: Student Council 4 — 
Treasurer; Future Teachers Club 2, 
3; French Club 3, 4; Office Aide 2. 



DEBRA CLAIRE TONER 
32 Waban Street 

Debbie's cheerful ways and 
personality not only gain her 
friends, but will lead to success. 

Activities: Student Council 3; Pep 
Squad 1; Ski Club 3, 4; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Sahico Club A — 
Vice-President; Usherettes 4; Basket- 
ball 2. 








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CATHY JEAN WARD 

84 Walden Pond Avenue 

Sweetness and soft-spoken sin- 
cerity exemplify the naturally 
congenial manner of Cathy. 

Activities: Future Teachers Club 2, 3; 
Future Nurses Club 4; French Club 2, 
3; Ski Club 3, 4; Pep Squad 2; Ush- 
erettes 4; .National Honor Society 3, 
4; Basketball 2. 



HOWARD MILTON 

WHEELER, JR. 
75 Riverbank Road 

Quiet and likable Chuck has 
directed his interest towards 
his mechanical inclination. 



DARYLL ANN WHITEHURST 
7 Foss Avenue 

A quiet, but always friendly 
manner gives Daryll a warm re- 
servedness liked by all. 

Activity: Pep Squad 2. 



NANCY LOUISE WHYTE 
5 Granite Street 

Nancy possesses a warmheart- 
edness and sympathetic nature 
which will assure her success. 

Activities: Pep Squad 1, 2; Future 
Teachers Club 2, 4; French Club 1,' 
2, 



WAYNE DOUGLAS WETHERBEE 
328 Lynn Fells Parkway 

Mischief underlies a seemingly 
quiet appearance . . . Wayne 
finds it easy being a friend to 



Activities: Class Vice-President 3; Ski 
Club 4; Football 2, 3; Track 4; 
Gymnastics 2, 3, 4. 



MOLLIE JOAN WHETZEL 
21 Hamilton Street 

Cheerfulness and congeniality 
are only two of her many fine 
qualities. 



LYNDA ELIZABETH WHYTE 
6 Upland Road 

Lynda's agreeable, thoughtful, 
and studious disposition will 
bring her much success always. 

Activities: National Honor Society 2, 
3, 4; Usherettes 4; Marshal 4; Field 
Hockey 2; Gymnastics 2, 3, 4. 





JUDY RUTH WILLCOX 
19 Forest Street 

Judy is sweet and pretty. Her 
cheerful ways will always win 
her many friends. 

Activities.- Student Council 4; French 
Club 3, 4 ; Ski Club 4; Marshal 4; 
Sachemettes 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics 2. 






ARNOLD RAY WILLEY 
31 Mount Vernon Street 

Arnold is anything but a tem- 
peramental musician. He is 
purely down to earth and takes 
life in stride. 

Activities: Band 1, 2, 3. 4. 



NANCY ELLEN WOLFE 
57 Adams Avenue 

Always witty, always fun to 
be with, Nancy and sports nat- 
urally go together. 

Activities: Art Club 2 ; Pep Squad 2; 
Office Aide 4; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4. 




ROBERT GEORGE WILSON 
5 Round Hill Street 

Well-liked, easy going "Wilson" 
shrugs off trivial matters and 
complications. 



Activities: 

3, 4. 



Ski Club 4; Volleyball 



CAROLE RUTH WITTEN 
15 Vine Street 

Carole's distinctive sense of 
humor and witty remarks will 
never be forgotten at Saugus 
High. 

Activities-. Future Homemakers Club 
2; Dramatic Club 4; Marshal 4; Field 
Hockey 3. 



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JOSEPH ALBERT WILLIAMS 
10 Spencer Avenue 

A quiet and courteous manner 
are typical of Joe. 



NANCY JEANNE WINTON 
16 Austin Court 

Agility and gracefulness are 
only a few of many fine qual- 
ities which Nancy possesses. 

Activities: Ski Club 4; Pep Squad 2; 

Sahico Club 4; Marshal Squad 4; 

Guidance Aide 2; Gymnastics 2- 
Volleyball 3, 4. 



BRENDA CAROLYN WOLFE 
26 Highland Avenue 

Sweetness and a bubbling 

laughter combine to make 

Brenda one of the friendliest 
girls in our class. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2; Marshal 
Squad 4; Field Hockey 2, 3— J.V. Co- 
Captain. 



HERBERT MARC WOOD 
59 Main Street 

Herb is a good combination of 
intelligence, perseverance and 
a touch of the unusual. 

Activities: Math Team 3, 4; Band 1, 
2, 3, 4. 




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MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED 
Carolyn Zarrella James Canole 




Robin DeMauro Joseph Panarello 

MOST TALKATIVE 



Eilleen McGarvey Charles Sampson 

MOST SINCERE 



Who's Who . . . 



MOST HELPFUL 
Patricia Craik Robert Jordan 



BEST NATURED 
Robert Gontarz Mary Robleski 





Cathy Ward Alan Smallman 

MOST VERSATILE 



Anne Connaughton Robert Lovell 

144 BEST COMBINATION OF BEAUTY AND BRAINS 



FRIENDLIEST 
Jeanne Siraco Andrew Seminerio 



MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 
June Grasso John Burke 






Patricia Murphy Stephen Barrett 

MOST AMBITIOUS 



Daria Fortunato Jeffrey Cushing 

MOST ABSENTMINDED 



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MOST DEPENDABLE 
Nancy Bishop Joseph Maestranzi 



BEST LOOKING 
Robyn Berry George Harvey 




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CLASS DANCERS 



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Pamela Howell Kerry McWade 

TYPICAL TEEN 




Nancy Wolfe 



Louis O'Nei 



BEST ATHLETES 




Margaret AAekalian James Armstrong 

CLASS ARTISTS 




Kathryn Nicosia Paul Kavalchuk 

MOST CHEERFUL 




Patricia Kornotowski Leo Archambault 

MOST TALENTED 




Susan Niles Stephen Moccia 

MOST SINCERE 




Carol Conners Francisco Quartarone 

CLASS WITS 




Ann Anzalone Arthur McClintock 

MOST SOPHISTICATED 







Joan Judge Thomas Mills 

CLASS BLUSHERS 



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JOHN BURKE 
National Merit Finalist 



STEPHEN BARRETT 
Bausch & Lomb Science Award 





JEANNE SIRACO 
D.A.R. Good Citizen 



STEVEN ANGELO 
Student Government Day Representative 



Awards 



OPERATION KINDNESS 




Row I; Carol Gibbons, Deborah Douglass, Susan Finn, Mary Ozahowski, Margaret Pond. Row 2: Eileen 
MiGarvey, Elizabeth Spinelli, Jane Gudaitis, Barbara Tedder, Barbara Nastari, Jane Rossetti, Carla Horton. 

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ADVERTISERS 



We would like to thank these sponsors whose 
generosity has helped to make it possible for us to 
have this yearbook. Please patronize them. 

Thanks also to individual donors whose coopera- 
tion has also helped to make it possible for us, the 
CLASS OF SIXTY-NINE, to express one last impres- 
sion of our Senior Year. 




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JOE AND ROSE CELI 

U. S. Route I, Saugus, Massachusetts 

Telephone 233-1717 

Route I, 8 Miles North of Boston 

Via Mystic River Bridge 








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J*Mr$, E. Burlte 



Mr. and Mrs. Homel Cook 




PIZZOTTI 
BROTHERS INC 



Mason Contractors 



Saugus, Mass. 



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ALL-STAR FUEL 

12 Guild Road 
Saugus, Mass. 



Best Wishes 
LEE TRUCKING 



ROSELAND FLORIST, NURSERY 
& GARDEN CENTER 



190 Lincoln Avenue 
Saugus, Mass. 

Tel. 233-1326 



Best Wishes 

to the 
Class of 1969 



BROWN REAL ESTATE 



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3I4A Central Street 
Saugus 233-2085 



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Mr. and Mrs. E. Avola 
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Estabroolc 
Mr. and Mrs. H. Everitt 
Mr. and Mrs. W. Flanagan 
Mr. and Mrs. A. Forjone 
Mr. and Mrs. R. Forward 
Mr. and Mrs. C. Fuller 
Mr. and Mrs. G. Fyfe 
Mr. and Mrs. V. Galli 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Gibbons 
Mr. and Mrs. E. Grant 
James Grasso 
Mr. and Mrs. S. Grasso 
Mr. and Mrs. N. Hanson 
Mr. and Mrs. W. Harrington 
Mr. and Mrs. H. Holmes 
Mrs. Esther Howe 
Mr. and Mrs. H. Hurll 
Mr. and Mrs. B. Hussey, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. R. Johnson 
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jones 
Mr. and Mrs. D. Judge 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Kelly 
Mr. and Mrs. E. Kneprath 
Mr. and Mrs. E. Koscheir 
Mr. and Mrs. F. Lapcsynska 
Mr. and Mrs. R. Perrotta 
Mr. and Mrs. A. Reppucci 
Mr. and Mrs. P. Siraco 



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ART CLUB 
68-69 



President: James Armstrong 

Vice President: Norma Mears 

Secretary: Maryellen Nelson 

Treasurer: Darlene Uga 





Professional Consulting Services Available 
for Home and Industry 

SAUGUS PAINT & SUPPLY CO. 

Benjamin Moore — Ox-Line — Kyanize Paints 

Wallpaper of Every Description 
WILLIAM ELLIS 375 Central Street 

Res. 623-0965 » 617 ' 233 " 6590 Saugus, Mass. 01906 



COMMUNITY FILLING STATION 

526 Lincoln Ave. 
CE 3-9705 Saugus, Mass. 



W. ERNEST LIGHT 
Printer 

5 Columbus Avenue 
Saugus, Massachusetts 

Tel. 233-0592 





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Future Success to 

Class of 1969 

from 

SAL'S MARKET 

361 Lincoln Avenue, Saugus 



"Learn in Safety to Drive Safely" 

NATIONAL AUTO SCHOOL 

159 Central Avenue, Lynn, Mass. 
LY 8-2719 

Compliments of 

CAMEO BEAUTY LOUNGE 

55 Jackson St. 
Saugus, Mass. 233-1957 



CHARLIE'S SHOE SERVICE 

Complete Shoe Repair Service 

"OLD SHOES MADE LIKE NEW 
451 Lincoln Avenue Cliftondale Square 




Congratulations to the Class of 1969 



PROCOPIO CONSTRUCTION CO. 



■Homes of Distinction- 



GENERAL CONTRACTORS 

Commercial — Residential 
I Forest Street Saugus, Massachusetts 









Mrs. Julia Capone 

Darin 

Endora, Samantha and Tabatha 



Carol and 



John, Lisa, Andrew and Mari 
Mr. and/^tr^rSrLedonne 
Mr. and Mb/ Gerald Long 
William MacNeill 
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Manter 






Harold! C. Mufgrave 
Mrs. Minoff tL 

> Moses 

Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mosher 
Mrs. Anthony Novicki 
Mr. K. W. O'Brien 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Hearn 
Mr. and Mrs. George Palmer 
Mr. and Mrs. G. Panarello 
Mr. and Mrs. M. Panziale 



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Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pesce/ 
Mr. and Mrs. E. Plassmann, Jr. 

Ir. and Mrs. AiPolese^- 

Irs. Louise Quiss^gp f 
.'at and Lloyd Robby 
Mr. and Mrs. Fiori Sacco -y,^ 



Mr. and Mrs. L. Seaboyer 
Rev. and Mrs. Steven Semi 



Best Wishes 

to the 

Class of 1969 

MALDEN GRINDING 

& 
WELDING CO. INC 



EDMOND'S HOME BAKERY 

461 Lincoln Avenue 
Saugus, Mass. 

233-2334 



Compliments of 



FUTURE NURSES CLUB 




Compliments of 

CLIFTONDALE NEWS STORE 

486 Lincoln Avenue 



Compliments of 

FERN'S MOTEL 

152 Broadway Saugus, Mass. 



Tel. 233-1125 

PETER L GRADY 

Watchmaker and Jeweler 

Our Low Overhead — You Save 
57 Jackson Street Saugus, Mass. 



Compliments of 

A FRIEND 




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Mr. and 



Arthur H. Str 

Mr. and Mrs. 

Robert C. Tibbetts 

Mr. Benjamin Tor? 

Helen F. Towle 

Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Traverse 

Mr* and Mrs. Edward Walsh 

Bruce Waybright 

MarcellarC White 



Authorized Dealer 


Alexander 


R.C.A. 


Avola 


Zenith 





ALKEN'S 

TELEVISION SALES 
AND SERVICE 



• COLOR 

• BLACK AND WHITE 



310 Central St. 
Saugus, Mass. 

Tel. 233-0383 



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CARPET 



CENTERS 



235 Broadway 
Rt. #1 — Saugus, Mass. 
(Newburyport Turnpike) 

Tel.: CEnter 3-2700 



GEORGE'S BARBER SHOP 



59 Jackson Street 



HARRY'S QUALITY CLEANERS 

24 Winter St. 
Saugus, Mass 



Compliments of 

LOUIS J. KUC. D.D.S. 

AND 

MARGARET M. BUCKLEY, D.M.D. 

20 South Common Street 
Lynn, Mass. 







Compliments of 

CARVEL DARI-FREEZE 

JOHN PRIALAGA, Mgr. 

"Best Wishes to the Class of 1969' 



Compliments of 

FRENCH SHRINER SHOE CO. 

63 Broadway Saugus 



Compliments of 

TUMBLE INN 



Compliments of 

SIRACO'S MARKET 

Princeton Street East Boston 



Best Wishes 

MAYLiAR MACHINE COMPANY, INC. 



Best Wishes 

BELDEN G. BLY, JR. 

"Fighting Republican" 




real cstatei 

20 MAIN STREET. SAUGUS. MASS 

233-7070 



HOLLETTREAL ESTATE 

A COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE 



Compliments of 

LUDWIG'S CLEANERS 
INC. 

73 Vine Street Saugus, Mass. 




Compliments of 



KAUFMAN CARPETS 



Compliments of 
JIFFY MART FOOD STORE 

9 Howard Street — Corner Main Street 

Just Off 'Fellsway' Saugus 

OPEN 'TIL 9 P.M. 

Compliments of 

owoy 

BEEFBURGER DRIVE-IN 




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CLIFTONDALE SQUARE 



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Congratulations 

to the 

Class of 1969 



WARREN E. MANTER CO., INC. 



SHOVEL— BACKHOE— BULLDOZER 

DUMP TRUCK SERVICE 

BLASTING 

30 Walnut Street Saugus, Mass. 

Tel. 233-5500 



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NU-LIFE CLEANERS 

"One Day Service" 

350 Central Street 
Saugus, Mass. 

233-2800 



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Congratulations to the 
Class of 1969 



SAUGUS BANK AND TRUST 
COMPANY 



Saugus, Massachusetts 



PETER A. ROSSETTI 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

FIRE HOMEOWNER'S AUTO LIFE 

473 Lincoln Ave. 
Saugus, Mass. 

233-1855 284-8933 



RUSSO'S 
CANDY HOUSE 

KITCHEN FRESH CANDIES 

Junction Route No. I 

and Lynn Fells Parkway 

Saugus, Massachusetts 




SACHEM'S BEAUTY SALON 



306 Central St. 
Saugus, Mass. 

233-7926 



CHARACTER LEADERSHIP 



Compliments of the 

FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 



NELSON'S 
FLOWERS 

199 Essex Street 
Saugus, Mass. 

CEnter 3-2307 




SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP 



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KENNETH J. BARNES 
PAUL R. CARLSON 

J THE PARK PRESS INC. 


PAUL'S LAUNDRY 

15 Essex Street 
Saugus 


Printers 

Fifteen Main Street, Saugus, Mass. 

Telephone 233-0315 


Compliments of 

ROGERS TREASURE CHEST 

455 Lincoln Avenue 
Clifrondale Square 

CARDS, GIFTS, AND STATIONERY 


Compliments of 

1 PIERRO'S RESTAURANT 


Tel. 233-1134 

GUSTAFSON & WARREN 

... Florists . . . 

"WHEN YOU SAY IT WITH FLOWERS 
SAY IT WITH OURS" 

124 Main Street 
Saugus, Mass. 


JENNIE'S HOUSE OF BEAUTY 

61 Essex Street 
Saugus 


Best Wishes 

LINE 
LUMBER 








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SALON DE PAUL 

Hair Designs 
For Women Who Know Style 



Melrose 

437 Main Street 

665-98 1 



Saugus 
345 Main Street 

233-9682 



Walk in Service 

PICARDO'S PIZZA 

314 Central St. Saugus Center 

233-9659 




Ready Rent-All Systems 



SAUGUS CENTER BARBER 

Central Street 
Saugus 



Compliments of 

G. A. Mc CARRIER CO., 
INC. 



ANDERSON-LITTLE 
CLOTHING STORE 



New England Shopping Center 
Saugus, Mass. 



233-0175 



SAUGUS PHARMACY 

304 Central Street 
Saugus 



AL SMITH REAL ESTATE 

Central Street 
Saugus, Mass. 



Compliments of 

MR. AND MRS. LOUIS SHERMAN 



Best Wishes 

ROYAL CLEANERS 



Compliments 

ZENON JEWELERS 

New England Shopping Center 
Saugus, Massachusetts Tel. 233-4304 



Compliments of 

COPPER PENNY 



Compliments of 

TED'S BARBER SHOP 

New England Shopping Center 
Saugus, Mass. 233-7938 




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Best Wishes 
Class of 1969 

RADIO SHACK CORP. 

N. E. Shopping Center 
Saugus, Mass. 







Now we pause 
reflect . 




Compliments of 

BOB'S SHOE BOX 



Compliments of 

CORONET CLEANERS 

308 Central Street 
Saugus, Mass. 233-9190 



Compliments of 

SULLIVAN'S PHARMACY 

326 Central Street 
Saugus, Mass. 



Compliments of 

B & D WALLPAPER COMPANY 

Route I and 129 



DR. AND MRS. M. DAVIS 



BOB'S BARBER SHOP 

46 Howard Street 

Saugus 233-9877 

BOB HASHEM— Two Barbers— BOB RICH 



TOM'S SERVICENTER INC. 

1509 Broadway 

Saugus 

Boats — Motors — Marine Accessories 



Compliments of 

LANNY OIL 



233-9866 
RICCO'S HAIR STYLIST 

Saugus Plaza 
Rt. I and 129 Saugus, Mass. 



Best Wishes 
MARTEVE SALES 



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Best Wishes, 




Class of Sixty-Nine 


SAUGUS ADVERTISER 




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GIRLS' CLUB CABINET 


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President: Joan Judge 




Vice-president: Nancy Sinden 




Secretary-Treasurer: Anne Connaughton 




Social Chairman: Jeanne Siraco 


Your Home Town Paper 


Program Chairman: June Grasso 




Membership Chairman: Brenda Whyte 




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ROY S. BACON 


Best Wishes 

MR. AND MRS. WARREN L McNEILL 




PETRIE FLORIST 

409 Lynn Fells Parkway 

233-5642 


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LeBLANC'S MOBIL 


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GEORGE MORIELLO 




BEST WISHES 
DAVID J. LUCEY INSURANCE 

345 Central Street 
Saugus 

233-0900 


LENA'S SUBMARINE SANDWICH 

496 Lincoln Avenue 
Saugus 




Compliments of 

CENTRAL VARIETY 

Central St. 
Saugus, Mass. 




TANDY LEATHER 
New England Shopping Center 


SAUGUS PHARMACY INC. 

304 Central Street 




! ARCHER KENT 

Saugus Plaza 


Saugus 
233-1380 






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HEX 

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Compliments of 

TAPLEY INSURANCE CO. 



A FRIEND 



LATIN CLUB 




Junior Classical League 



Compliments of 

CLIFTON DALE 

WOODWORKING 

COMPANY 

(Incorporated) 



TEL. CE 3-0020 
Saugus, Massachusetts 




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JOLLY JORGE'S 

Drive Inn Restaurant 
Route I, Saugus 

A Favorite Eating Place for 
Saugus High 



Good Luck 
Class of Sixty-nine 




1969 STUDENT COUNCIL 




Best Wishes 
JENNIE MALIN 



Compliments of 
TOWNE BARBER SHOP 



Best Wishes to the Class of 1969 

ANTHONY DiPESA INSURANCE 

345 Main Street 
Saugus 

233-1878 



Compliments of 

HECK ALLEN'S 



22 Lincoln Ave. 
Saugus, Mass. 



Best Wishes to 

the 
Class of 1969 



CIRCLE PONTIAC 



901 Broadway 
Saugus 

233-9200 



SWEENEY FUEL 

SALES FUEL OIL SERVICE 

56 Denver Street 
Sauguas 

233-0550 



BEST WISHES 

Compliments of 

MR. AND MRS. WARREN McNEILL 



FRENCH CLUB 



CLIFTONDALE 
Paint & Wallpaper Co. 




527 Lincoln Avenue 
SAUGUS 



SAUGUS ANIMAL HOSPITAL 

DR. AND MRS. I. LAWRENCE HALPERT 



Best Wishes 
THE NEWS RENTAL 



SAWYER-DONALDSON-HOLLETT 



518 Lincoln Street 
Saugus 

233-9050 



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PRINCE OF PIZZA 

Prince Drive-In 
Restaurants 

Route I, Saugus 



BUTLER'S 
DRUG STORE 

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Sifes!— **'Ri*»*rWb*»— 



I Essex Street 
CEnter 3-0410 

Where Pharmacy 

Is 

a Profession 



Best Wishes to the 
Graduating Class 

CENTRAL BARBER 



Compliments From 
GIBBS OIL COMPANY 



Compliments of 
MELODY CLEANERS 



Compliments of 

FUTURE NURSES CLUB 







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Compliments of 

SAUGUS CAR WASH 



Route #1 
Saugus 



WITOZEN'S COLONIAL FLOWER SHOP 

196 Central Street 
Saugus 



Best Wishes 
DUNKIN' DONUTS 



SUB-VILLA 

Submarine Sandwich Smorgasbord 

Pizza 




Rt. I at Essex St. 

Phone 233-0226 

9865 




FULLERTON 

FUNERAL 

HOME 

325 Central Street 
Saugus 



CHISHOLM'S 
MOTEL 

726 Broadway, Route 
Saugus, Mass. 

Tel. 233-5100 



I MOTEL 



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Wtv 



Best Wishes 
From 

BILL HORNE 
PGA Pro 

Cedar Glen Golf Club 
Saugus, Mass. 




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To the Class of Sixiy Nine, 
Your most important and exciting year is con- 
tained in this book. I hope that it has helped you 
recall this year and has been successful in providing 
memories. 

In order to publish this book the help of many 
individuals was needed. My special thanks are ex- 
tended to the five co-editors: Carolyn McNeill, Lisa 
Moses, James Armstrong, Jeanne Siraco, Roxanna 
Savary. Most appreciated is the invaluable aid re- 
ceived from Mr. Bill Rowan, L. G. Balfour Company; 
Mr. Guy Quartarone, Lincoln Studios; and Miss 
Helen F. Towle, Tontoquonian advisor. 

Sincerely, 
June Grasso 

Editor-in-chief 





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